Journal of Clinical and Bioanalytical Chemistry

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Abstract - Journal of Clinical and Bioanalytical Chemistry (2019) Volume 3, Issue 3

Analytical Chemistry 2018: The Lorentz transformation and the transverse doppler effect- Robert J Buenker- University of Wuppertal Bergische

According to the Δy=Δy’ equation of the Lorentz transformation (LT) of the special theory of relativity (STR), the worth of any distance interval measured on a moving object that's oriented transverse to the speed of that object should be independent of its relative speed to the observer. it's known from experiments with the transverse Doppler effect , however, that the wavelength of sunshine emitted from a moving source increases uniformly altogether directions with its speed relative to the observer. When one combines the Δy=Δy’ axiom from STR with the above experimental finding, the unavoidable conclusion is that the in place value of the wavelength must also vary with the state of motion of the sunshine source. Otherwise, it's impossible to elucidate how the laboratory observer could find that the wavelength of the sunshine from the accelerated source changes even when it's measured during a direction which is transverse to its velocity relative to the present source. Experimental measurements indicate that this is often not the case, however: the in place value of the wavelength of sunshine from a given source is usually an equivalent , no matter the latter’s state of motion. The Relativity Principle (RP) on which STR is predicated also results in this conclusion. The sole thanks to reconcile theory with experiment under these circumstances is to reject the Δy=Δy’ claim of STR. Instead, one must assume that the lengths of objects increase upon acceleration within the same proportion because the rates of clocks hamper , independent of their orientation to the direction of relative motion to the observer.The relativistic Doppler effect (RDE) equation and Lorentz transformations (LT) are compared and their derivation reviewed. it's evident that the structure of the transformations of length, time and frequency in relative motion consistent with the idea of special theory of relativity (TSR) is identical. From this comparison we derive two conclusions: first, the velocity addition formula according to TSR is effect.Doppler effect is introduced in classical physics for explaining the frequency shift of sound waves when the sound source and therefore the observer are in relative motion. However light waves also show Doppler effect which is vital in astronomy. Doppler effect is additionally important within the light emission process from atoms where spectral broadening thanks to recoil or collision of atoms can occur. For the sunshine wave, Doppler effect should be treated relativistically although classical treatment is sweet enough for the acoustic wave. Relativistic Doppler effect is typically treated counting on the the four vector property of the (frequency, wave vector) combination. during this work, the photon picture of sunshine waves has been adopted to debate the the Doppler effect of the sunshine wave, using the relativistic energy momentum transformation. Especially, the transverse Doppler effect which isn't treated often in textbooks is discussed intimately. In extension of such approach, Doppler effect of matter.

Biography

Robert J Buenker was working at Fachbereich C-Mathematik und Naturwissenschaften, Bergische Universität Wuppertal, Gaussstr. 20, D-42097 Wuppertal, Germany. Robert research interest includes Lorentz transformation, astrophysics, and relativity principle. Robert is an honorary author for Journal of Astrophysics and Aerospace Technology. Robert has authored of several research articles like GPS-Compatible Lorentz transformation that satisfies the relativity principle..

Author(s): Robert J Buenker

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