The Synchrocyclotron Accelerator and Motion of Super Velocity of Light as well as the Ether Problem
This article analyses the physical phenomenon of a large amount of electromagnetic wave radiated during the accelerating process of charged-particles in the synchrocyclotron accelerator. According to the Cherenkov Radiation Principle, the velocity of the accelerated charged-particles already surpasses that of the light-wave in the medium. Since the accelerating process of the charged-particles is done under the vacuum condition in the synchrocyclotron accelerator, this shows us two points: (1) The motion velocity of the charged-particles already surpasses that of the light-wave in the vacuum; (2) A large amount of electromagnetic wave is radiated in the vacuum. This denotes the existence of the medium “ether” for the electromagnetic wave in the vacuum.
shock wave; sonic boom; synchrocyclotron accelerator; Cherenkov Radiation; super velocity of light; Superluminal, medium; ether; Special Theory of Relativity.; Relativity Theory;