Test Particles with Acceleration-Dependent Lagrangian

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Toller, M.;

We consider a classical test particle subject to electromagnetic and gravitational fields, described by a Lagrangian depending on the acceleration and on a fundamental length. We associate to the particle a moving local reference frame and we study its trajectory in the... View more
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