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Hi ! (I haven't found the answer to this in MadSci database.) To, perhaps, clarify my question, suppose I have two particles interacting electrostaticly. One may be free to move but atleast the second one is contained by a constant force so that the total force on the particle is F = 0 at a certain permanent point. Now, since there's a virtual particle exchange - and energy emplies that the particle would move from its permanent location, since E = F * x , the particle in question would oscilate around the permanent point. The question is - how do I calculate the frequency at which this would occure (naturally, I can find the total energy from the energy conservation law) ? Thank you ! Bye !
Re: What is the frequency and how is it determined of virtual particles ?
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