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As there is no more than one comment I'll explain why I asked this question. Getting any answer from the community I will accept this answer. The electric charge seems to be an intrinsic property of charged particles. This was clear to me too as long as I don't get the idea About the distribution of electrons magnetic dipole moments in atoms. There is ...


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Actually it is interesting to calculate the radiation frequency for an electron in low orbit about a neutron star. The orbital frequency depends only on the density of the star or planet (radius doesn't matter!). Wikipedia tells me a neutron star has a density of 10^17 times as great as earth. The frequency goes as the square root of the density. The orbital ...


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Is a neutron star's residual light released similar to an exited atom the difference is gravity hold in the electrons instead of protons? No. Atomic energies are of order of keV at most, the electrons are bound in energy levels about the atom. There will only be photons produced if an electron is kicked to a higher energy level and then decays back ...



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