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- Angular Momentum of a Particle
- Force, torque, linear momentum, and angular momentum in classical electrodynamics
- 6.1: Linking Linear and Angular Momentum

*So far, we have looked at the angular momentum of systems consisting of point particles and rigid bodies. We have also analyzed the torques involved, using the expression that relates the external net torque to the change in angular momentum, Equation *

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The direction is given by the right hand rule which would give L the direction out of the diagram. For an orbit, angular momentum is conserved , and this leads to one of Kepler's laws.

For a circular orbit, L becomes. The angular momentum of a rigid object is defined as the product of the moment of inertia and the angular velocity. It is analogous to linear momentum and is subject to the fundamental constraints of the conservation of angular momentum principle if there is no external torque on the object. Angular momentum is a vector quantity. It is derivable from the expression for the angular momentum of a particle.

Angular momentum and linear momentum are examples of the parallels between linear and rotational motion. They have the same form and are subject to the fundamental constraints of conservation laws , the conservation of momentum and the conservation of angular momentum. Angular Momentum of a Particle. Index Angular momentum of rigid body.

Angular Momentum The angular momentum of a rigid object is defined as the product of the moment of inertia and the angular velocity. It is derivable from the expression for the angular momentum of a particle Comparison of linear and angular momentum. Index Moment of inertia concepts. Angular and Linear Momentum Angular momentum and linear momentum are examples of the parallels between linear and rotational motion.

## Angular Momentum of a Particle

In quantum mechanics , the angular momentum operator is one of several related operators analogous to classical angular momentum. The angular momentum operator plays a central role in the theory of atomic and molecular physics and other quantum problems involving rotational symmetry. Such an operator is applied to a mathematical representation of the physical state of a system and yields an angular momentum value if the state has a definite value for it. In both classical and quantum mechanical systems, angular momentum together with linear momentum and energy is one of the three fundamental properties of motion. There are several angular momentum operators: total angular momentum usually denoted J , orbital angular momentum usually denoted L , and spin angular momentum spin for short, usually denoted S.

Angular momentum is a measure of the momentum of an object around an axis. Linear momentum p is defined as the mass m of an object multiplied by the velocity v of that object:. With a bit of a simplification, angular momentum L is defined as the distance of the object from a rotation axis multiplied by the linear momentum:.

## Force, torque, linear momentum, and angular momentum in classical electrodynamics

Why does Earth keep on spinning? What started it spinning to begin with? And how does an ice skater manage to spin faster and faster simply by pulling her arms in? Why does she not have to exert a torque to spin faster? Questions like these have answers based in angular momentum, the rotational analog to linear momentum.

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### 6.1: Linking Linear and Angular Momentum

By now we have a very good sense of how to develop the formalism for rotational motion in parallel with what we already know about linear motion. We turn now to momentum. Replacing the mass with rotational inertia and the linear velocity with angular velocity, we get:. Continuing the parallel with the linear case, the momentum is relates to the force through the impulse-momentum theorem, which is:. While there is no need to append " cm " to the angular momentum as we do with the linear momentum, we do have to keep in mind that all of the quantities in the rotational case must be referenced to the same point.

While the Lorentz law requires the introduction of hidden energy and hidden momentum in situations where an electric field acts on a magnetized medium, the Einstein—Laub E—L formulation of EM force and torque does not invoke hidden entities under such circumstances. Hidden entities aside, the two formulations differ only in their predicted force and torque distributions inside matter. Such differences in distribution are occasionally measurable, and could serve as a guide in deciding which formulation, if either, corresponds to physical reality. This is a preview of subscription content, access via your institution. Rent this article via DeepDyve.

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