Comparative Analysis Of Interplanetary Magnetic Field And Moving Charged Particles


The discussion reviews the wave-particle duality of clouds of ions, protons and electron blown out from Sun and enter Earth’s magnetic field. They behave as particles when they are at rest or moving with uniform motion-velocity from the source or co-rotate with Sun and behave as waves when they are moving with non-constant motion-velocity (non-uniform motion) in other word accelerating. We then compared Velocity Field with Radial component of Interplanetary Magnetic Field (IMF) and Acceleration Field with Azimuthal component of Interplanetary Magnetic Field (IMF) using Koskinen, Linard-Wiechert Equation and Lorentz force equation. It was then discovered that the velocity field is equivalent to Radial Component of Interplanetary Magnetic Field (IMF) and the Acceleration Field is Equivalent to Azimuthal component of Interplanetary Magnetic Field. The interplanetary magnetic field component can be expressed as: (i). Velocity-Radial component of IMF (ii). Acceleration-Azimuthal component of IMF.