Ok, we have electric field, and we understand it good.
It's a potential force field, that oscillates by fundamental particles, that haves electrical charge. Positive and negative charges attractes, pos and pos, as well as neg and neg moves out. As far, as I understand, electric field exists always - it doesn't depends on is particle moving or not.
As quantum physics says, particle with electrical charge oscillate the electromagnetic field(emf), and oscillations of EMF is photons - an interraction carier. As I think(because there is no information i've could find), photons caries information about particle(like coordinates, or smth else), that generates it, then another paritcal absorb it, and then, in partical runs mechanism, that moves partical(attract or move out).
So what is magnetic field?
1)There is no particles that caries magnectic interraction.
2)If we look on two dissimilar particles, we can notice, that fields, generated by them are the same as magnetic field.
With arguments above I can assume, that electic field = magnetic field. In russian wikipedia wrote, that magnetic field generates by particles with magnetic moment, and particles with charge, that moves; and it influence on particles with magnetic moment, and particles with charge, independing on their movent. Click on magnetic moment and reading what it is: "An quantity that characterizing magnetic properties of substance...(another unhelpfull text)...As quantum physics says, it conditioned by it's own mechanic moment - spin". Click on spin - it describes how particle rotates but it doesn't rotates. Good. So, what is magnetic moment - I didn't understood.
My teacher said, that electiac field moves charges, but magnetic field only changes their direction. Is it true?
And what about theory of relativity? Magnetic field interract with charges that moves(but they all moves). If it will be moving with the same speed, that charges, there wouldn't be a magnetic field?
Please help me with understanding it