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The real spin representations of a 7d complex space are assumed to be the source of a chiral gauge group SU(8)xU(1) and a spin 2 quaternion field. The integral of the probability density of the spin 2 field results in a lower bound for r and consequently the Schwarzschild physical singularity is non-existent. Fermion mass is bounded by a lower and an upper limit. Cosmology of the universe is.
Inspired by the translational gauge structure of teleparallel gravity, the theory for a fundamental massless spin-2 field is constructed. Accordingly, instead of being represented by a symmetric second-rank tensor, the fundamental spin-2 field is assumed to be represented by a spacetime (world) vector field assuming values in the Lie algebra of the translation group.
Mean Field Theory The goal of this. (301) defines the self consistent aspect of the theory, since according to such equation the mean field acting on spin is determined by its own mean value. The assumption that the interactions of a spin with its neighboring spins can be approximately described by the mean field, introduced by Eq. (302), introduces an enormous simplification. Such mean.
The Kitaev spin liquid (KSL) is a long-range entangled state on a honeycomb lattice 1, which hosts non-Abelian 1,2,3 anyon excitations in a magnetic field. It has been proposed that topological.
The theory of a massive spin-2 field was first studied by Fierz and Pauli 80 years ago, and is called Fierz-Pauli theory. At first glance, the theory has two major problems: 1. The vDVZ discontinuity: There is a discontinuity in the limit where t.
This involved the kind of calculation that all physics students have to suffer through in which polarity, direction of spin, direction of magnetic field, the “right-hand rule”, etc., get all confused and make the head spin (no pun intended). In other words, there are many opportunities to go wrong, and many do. Well, the story goes, each man did the calculation and when they compared notes.
Crystal field theory splitting diagram: Example of influence of ligand electronic properties on d orbital splitting. This shows the comparison of low-spin versus high-spin electrons. In order for this to make sense, there must be some sort of energy benefit to having paired spins for our cyanide complex. That is, the energy level difference must be more than the repulsive energy of pairing.
Quantum Field Theory (QFT) is the mathematical and conceptual framework for contemporary elementary particle physics. In a rather informal sense QFT is the extension of quantum mechanics (QM), dealing with particles, over to fields, i.e. systems with an infinite number of degrees of freedom. (See the entry on quantum mechanics.) In the last few years QFT has become a more widely discussed.
Consistent gravitationally coupled spin-2 field theory To cite this article: H I Arcos et al 2010 Class. Quantum Grav. 27 145007 View the article online for updates and enhancements. Related content Torsion and the gravitational interaction H I Arcos and J G Pereira-TSSD-induced dynamical torsion G Ter-Kazarian-A Hodge dual for soldered bundles Tiago Gribl Lucas and J G Pereira-Recent.
Massive and massless spin-1 and spin-2 fields, their field equations and propagators are studied. The connection between local gauge symmetry and the coupling to a conserved current is derived in the massless case. The dynamical stress tensor is defined as source of gravity, and its local conservation is shown. The basic ideas of large extra dimensions is outlined in an appendix.
Abstract We investigate the problems of consistency and causality for the equations of motion describing massive spin two field in external gravitational and massless scalar dilaton fields in arbitrary spacetime dimension. From the field theoretical point of view we consider a general classical action with non-minimal couplings and find gravitational and dilaton background on which this action.
Why do gravitons have spin 2? The reason is that gravitation is described by a metric (symmetric 2-tensor field) modulo general covariance, which gives locally, in the tangent Minkowski space of any point, a spin 2 representation of the Poincare group modulo longitudinal directions, whch forces mass 0 and helicity 2. Gravitational waves also have to be (classically) long range, whichagain.
Spin states when describing transition metal coordination complexes refers to the potential spin configurations of the metal center's d electrons. In many these spin states vary between high-spin and low-spin configurations. These configurations can be understood through the two major models used to describe coordination complexes; crystal field theory and ligand field theory, which is a more.
Quaternion Spin 2 Field Theory Peter Hickman Abstract In this paper solutions to the nature of Dark matter, Dark energy, Matter, Inflation and the Matter-Antimatter asymmetry are proposed The real spin representations of a 7d complex space are assumed to be the source of a chiral gauge group SU(8)xU(1) and a spin 2 quaternion field. The integral of the probability density of the spin 2 field.
Quantum field theory originated in the attempt, in the late 1920s, to unify P. A. M. Dirac's relativistic electron theory and J. C. Maxwell's classical electrodynamics in a quantum theory of interacting photon and electron fields. This effort was completed in the 1950s and was extremely successful. At present the quantitative predictions of the theory are largely limited to perturbative.
Equations of Motion for Massive Spin 2 Field Coupled to Gravity I.L. Buchbindera;b,. it is impossible to reduce this theory consistently to a nite number of spin 2 elds, i.e. consistency can be achieved only if the whole in nite tower of higher massive elds are present in the theory. However, one can try to achieve consistency by constructing equations for higher massive elds in form of in.
Crystal field theory was established in 1929 treats the interaction of metal ion and ligand as a purely electrostatic phenomenon where the ligands are considered as point charges in the vicinity of the atomic orbitals of the central atom. Development and extension of crystal field theory taken into account the partly covalent nature of bonds between the ligand and metal atom mainly through the.
The LSZ formulation of the theory of spin-two particles is discussed. The influence of the properties of the tensor current on the superfluous components of the interpolating field is studied. By means of the asymptotic condition it is shown that one can always construct a spin-two tensor field which satisfies all the subsidiary conditions without changing the S-matrix and the four-momentum.