The Leptonic Magnetic Monopole : Theory and Experiments.

By: Hawkes, Peter WSeries: Issn SerPublisher: San Diego : Elsevier Science & Technology, 2015Copyright date: ©2015Description: 1 online resource (361 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780128025918Subject(s): Electron optics.;Electronics.;ElectronsGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Leptonic Magnetic Monopole : Theory and ExperimentsDDC classification: 621.367 LOC classification: TK7800Online resources: Click to View
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Front Cover -- Advances in IMAGING AND ELECTRON PHYSICS -- Advances in IMAGING AND ELECTRON PHYSICS -- Copyright -- Advances in IMAGING AND ELECTRON PHYSICSThe Leptonic Magnetic Monopole Theory and ExperimentsGeorges LochakFondation Louis ... -- Contents -- Preface -- Foreword: The Past and Future of Magnetic Monopoles -- 1. A Brief History of Electricity and Magnetism -- 2. The Fathers of the Magnetic Monopole -- 2.1 Maxwell (1873) -- 2.2 Pierre Curie (1894) -- 2.3 Poincaré (1896) -- 2.4 Dirac (1931) -- 3. Some Introductory Words About the Leptonic Monopole -- 4. Characteristics of the Theory -- Future Contributions -- Theory of the Leptonic Monopole -- 1. Theoretical Background -- 1. Theories of Poincaré, Dirac, and Curie -- 1.1 The Birkeland-Poincaré effect -- 1.2 P. A. M. Dirac -- 1.3 Pierre Curie -- 2. A Wave Equation for a Leptonic Monopole, Dirac Representation -- 2.1 The Two Gauge Invariances of Dirac's Equation -- 2.2 The Equation of the Electron -- 2.3 The Second Gauge, the Second Covariant Derivative, and the Equation for a Magnetic Monopole -- 2.4 The Dirac Tensors and the "Magic Angle" A of Yvon-Takabayasi (For the Electric and the Magnetic Case) -- 2.5 P, T, C Symmetries. Properties of the Angle A (Not to be Confused with the Lorentz Potential A) -- 3. The Wave Equation in the Weyl Representation. The Interaction Between a Monopole and an Electric Coulombian Pole. Dirac For ... -- 3.1 The Weyl Representation -- 3.2 Chiral Currents -- 3.3 A Remark About the Dirac Theory of the Electron -- 3.4 The Interaction Between a Monopole and an Electric Coulombian Pole (Angular Functions) -- 3.5 The Interaction Between a Monopole and an Electric Coulombian Pole (Radial Functions) -- 3.6 Some General Remarks -- 3.7 The Geometrical Optics Approximation. Back to the Poincaré Equation.
3.8 The Problem of the Link Between a Leptonic Magnetic Monopole, a Neutrino, and Weak Interactions -- 3.9 Some Questions about the Dirac Formula and Our Formula -- 4. Nonlinear Equations. Torsion and Magnetism -- 4.1 A Nonlinear Massive Monopole -- 4.2 The Nonlinear Monopole in a Coulombian Electrical Field -- 4.3 Chiral Gauge and Twisted Space. Torsion and Magnetism -- 5. The Dirac Equation on the Light Cone. Majorana Electrons and Magnetic Monopoles -- 5.1 Introduction. How the Majorana Field Appears in the Theory of a Magnetic Monopole -- 5.2 The Electric Case: Lagrangian Representation and Gauge Invariance of the Majorana Field -- 5.3 Two-Component Electric Equations. Symmetry and Conservation Laws -- 5.4 The Chiral State of the Electron in an Electric Coulomb Field -- 5.5 Conclusions from the Physical Behavior of a Chiral State of a Dirac Electron (A Majorana Electron), in an Electric Coulombi ... -- 5.6 The Geometrical Optics Approximation of the States of the Majorana Electron -- 5.7 How Could One Observe a Majorana Electron? -- 5.8 The Equation in the Magnetic Case -- 5.10 Another Possible Equation: The Gauge Invariance Problem -- 5.11 Geometrical Optic Approximation -- Appendix A -- Appendix B -- 6. A New Electromagnetism with Four Fundamental Photons: Electric, Magnetic, with Spin 1 and Spin 0 -- 6.1 Theory of Light -- 6.1.1 Theory of Light and Wave Mechanics: A Historical Summary -- 6.1.2 De Broglie's Method of Fusion -- 6.1.3 De Broglie's Equations of Photons -- 6.1.4 Introduction of a Square-Matrix Wave Function -- 6.1.4 The Equations of the "Electric Photon" (Γ Matrix). -- 6.1.5 The Equations of the Magnetic Photon (Λ Matrix). -- 6.1.6 The Aharonov-Bohm Effect -- 6.1.7 The Effect -- 6.1.8 The Magnetic Potential of an Infinitely Thin and Infinitely Long Solenoid -- 6.1.9 The Theory of the Effect.
6.1.10 Conclusions on the Theory of Light -- 6.2 Hamiltonian, Lagrangian, Current, Energy, Spin -- 6.2.1 The Lagrangian -- 6.2.2 The Current Density Vector -- 6.2.3 The Photon Spin -- 6.2.7 Relativistic Noninvariance of the Decomposition Spin 1-Spin 0 -- 6.2.8 The Problem of a Massive Photon -- 6.2.9 Gauge Invariance -- 6.2.10 Vacuum Dispersion -- 6.2.11 Relativity -- 6.2.12 Blackbody Radiation -- 6.2.13 A Remark on Structural Stability -- 6.3 Theory of Particles with Maximum Spin n -- 6.3.1 Generalization of the Theory -- 6.3.2 Generalized Method of Fusion -- 6.3.3 "Quasi-Maxwellian" Form -- 6.3.4 The Density of Quadri-current -- 6.3.5 The Energy Density -- 6.3.6 The "Corpuscular" Tensor -- 6.3.7 The "type M" Tensors -- 6.3.8 Spin -- 6.4 Theory of Particles with Maximum Spin 2 -- 6.4.1 The Particles of Maximum Spin 2. Graviton -- 6.4.2 Why are Gravitation and Electromagnetism Linked? -- 6.4.3 The Tensorial Equations of a Particle of Maximum Spin 2 -- 6.5 Quantum (Linear) Theory Gravitation -- 6.5.1 The Particle of Maximum Spin 2. Graviton -- 6.5.2 Comparison with Other Theories -- 6.5.3 The "Proca Equation" -- 6.5.4 The Bargmann-Wigner Equation -- 7. P, T, and C Symmetries, the Solutions with Negative Energy, and the Representation of Antiparticles in Spinor Equations -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 The Spatial Symmetries of the Electromagnetic Quantities -- 7.3 The Time Symmetry of the Electromagnetic Field -- 7.4 P, T, and C Variance of the Electromagnetic Field -- 7.5 Transforming the Potentials -- 7.6 P, T, and C Invariance in the Dirac Equation -- 7.7 P, T, and C Invariance in the Monopole Equation -- 7.8 P, T, and C Transformation Laws for Tensor Quantities -- 7.9 Nonlinearity and Quantum Mechanics: Are They Compatible? -- 7.10 Nonlinear Spinorial Equations and Their Symmetries -- 8. A Catalytic Nuclear Fusion Arising from Weak Interaction.
8.1 Main Ideas -- 8.2 Introduction -- 8.3 A Possible Catalyst for Nuclear Fusion -- 8.3.1 Some Remarks -- 8.4 A Test-Experiment -- 9. Conclusion -- References -- Further Reading -- Symmetry Breaking by Electric Discharges in Water and Formation of Lochak's Light Magnetic Monopoles in an Extended Standar ... -- Introduction -- Conventions and Explanatory Notes -- 1. Elements of the Spinor Field Quantum Theory -- 1.1 Algebraic Representation of the Spinor Field -- 1.2 Nonperturbative Self-Regularization -- 1.3 Symmetries and Symmetry Breaking -- 1.3.1 Conserved Symmetries -- 1.3.2 Discrete Transformations -- 1.3.3 Antisymmetrization -- 1.3.4 Symmetry Breaking and Parafermi States -- 1.4 Weak Mappings in Functional Space -- 1.4.1 Chain Rule Mappings -- 2. Composite Particle States Above the Ground State -- 2.1 Relativistic Equations for Composite Bosons -- 2.2 PCT- and CP-Invariant Fermion Propagators -- 2.3 Spinor Field Version of Lochak's Photon Theory -- 2.4 Propagator for Symmetry Breaking Experiments -- 2.5 Summary -- 2.6 Parafermi Electric and Magnetic Boson States -- 2.7 Physical Effect of Symmetry Breaking -- 2.8 Relativistic Equations for Composite Leptons -- 2.9 Eigenstates of Energy and Angular Momentum -- 2.10 Group Theory of Fermions for Full Symmetry -- 2.11 Parafermi Boson and Lepton States -- 2.12 Composite Particle States for High Velocities -- 3. Dynamics of the Extended Standard Model -- 3.1 Introductory Comments -- 3.2 Theory with Composite Electroweak Bosons -- 3.3 Effective Canonical Equations of Motion -- 3.4 A Consistency Test of the Boson Theory -- 3.5 Fields for CP and Isospin Symmetry Breaking -- 4. Magnetic Monopoles and Discharges -- 4.1 Supersonic Spark Discharges in Water -- 4.2 Processes Connected with Neutrino Emission -- 4.3 How Magnetic Monopoles are Linked to Discharges.
4.4 Changes and Invariants of the Coupling Term -- 4.5 Regularization and Probability Conservation -- 4.6 Mapping with Inclusion of Charged Lepton States -- 4.7 Discharge Effects on Leptonic Doublets -- 4.8 The Role of Ordinary Neutrinos -- Appendix A -- References -- Index.
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Front Cover -- Advances in IMAGING AND ELECTRON PHYSICS -- Advances in IMAGING AND ELECTRON PHYSICS -- Copyright -- Advances in IMAGING AND ELECTRON PHYSICSThe Leptonic Magnetic Monopole Theory and ExperimentsGeorges LochakFondation Louis ... -- Contents -- Preface -- Foreword: The Past and Future of Magnetic Monopoles -- 1. A Brief History of Electricity and Magnetism -- 2. The Fathers of the Magnetic Monopole -- 2.1 Maxwell (1873) -- 2.2 Pierre Curie (1894) -- 2.3 Poincaré (1896) -- 2.4 Dirac (1931) -- 3. Some Introductory Words About the Leptonic Monopole -- 4. Characteristics of the Theory -- Future Contributions -- Theory of the Leptonic Monopole -- 1. Theoretical Background -- 1. Theories of Poincaré, Dirac, and Curie -- 1.1 The Birkeland-Poincaré effect -- 1.2 P. A. M. Dirac -- 1.3 Pierre Curie -- 2. A Wave Equation for a Leptonic Monopole, Dirac Representation -- 2.1 The Two Gauge Invariances of Dirac's Equation -- 2.2 The Equation of the Electron -- 2.3 The Second Gauge, the Second Covariant Derivative, and the Equation for a Magnetic Monopole -- 2.4 The Dirac Tensors and the "Magic Angle" A of Yvon-Takabayasi (For the Electric and the Magnetic Case) -- 2.5 P, T, C Symmetries. Properties of the Angle A (Not to be Confused with the Lorentz Potential A) -- 3. The Wave Equation in the Weyl Representation. The Interaction Between a Monopole and an Electric Coulombian Pole. Dirac For ... -- 3.1 The Weyl Representation -- 3.2 Chiral Currents -- 3.3 A Remark About the Dirac Theory of the Electron -- 3.4 The Interaction Between a Monopole and an Electric Coulombian Pole (Angular Functions) -- 3.5 The Interaction Between a Monopole and an Electric Coulombian Pole (Radial Functions) -- 3.6 Some General Remarks -- 3.7 The Geometrical Optics Approximation. Back to the Poincaré Equation.

3.8 The Problem of the Link Between a Leptonic Magnetic Monopole, a Neutrino, and Weak Interactions -- 3.9 Some Questions about the Dirac Formula and Our Formula -- 4. Nonlinear Equations. Torsion and Magnetism -- 4.1 A Nonlinear Massive Monopole -- 4.2 The Nonlinear Monopole in a Coulombian Electrical Field -- 4.3 Chiral Gauge and Twisted Space. Torsion and Magnetism -- 5. The Dirac Equation on the Light Cone. Majorana Electrons and Magnetic Monopoles -- 5.1 Introduction. How the Majorana Field Appears in the Theory of a Magnetic Monopole -- 5.2 The Electric Case: Lagrangian Representation and Gauge Invariance of the Majorana Field -- 5.3 Two-Component Electric Equations. Symmetry and Conservation Laws -- 5.4 The Chiral State of the Electron in an Electric Coulomb Field -- 5.5 Conclusions from the Physical Behavior of a Chiral State of a Dirac Electron (A Majorana Electron), in an Electric Coulombi ... -- 5.6 The Geometrical Optics Approximation of the States of the Majorana Electron -- 5.7 How Could One Observe a Majorana Electron? -- 5.8 The Equation in the Magnetic Case -- 5.10 Another Possible Equation: The Gauge Invariance Problem -- 5.11 Geometrical Optic Approximation -- Appendix A -- Appendix B -- 6. A New Electromagnetism with Four Fundamental Photons: Electric, Magnetic, with Spin 1 and Spin 0 -- 6.1 Theory of Light -- 6.1.1 Theory of Light and Wave Mechanics: A Historical Summary -- 6.1.2 De Broglie's Method of Fusion -- 6.1.3 De Broglie's Equations of Photons -- 6.1.4 Introduction of a Square-Matrix Wave Function -- 6.1.4 The Equations of the "Electric Photon" (Γ Matrix). -- 6.1.5 The Equations of the Magnetic Photon (Λ Matrix). -- 6.1.6 The Aharonov-Bohm Effect -- 6.1.7 The Effect -- 6.1.8 The Magnetic Potential of an Infinitely Thin and Infinitely Long Solenoid -- 6.1.9 The Theory of the Effect.

6.1.10 Conclusions on the Theory of Light -- 6.2 Hamiltonian, Lagrangian, Current, Energy, Spin -- 6.2.1 The Lagrangian -- 6.2.2 The Current Density Vector -- 6.2.3 The Photon Spin -- 6.2.7 Relativistic Noninvariance of the Decomposition Spin 1-Spin 0 -- 6.2.8 The Problem of a Massive Photon -- 6.2.9 Gauge Invariance -- 6.2.10 Vacuum Dispersion -- 6.2.11 Relativity -- 6.2.12 Blackbody Radiation -- 6.2.13 A Remark on Structural Stability -- 6.3 Theory of Particles with Maximum Spin n -- 6.3.1 Generalization of the Theory -- 6.3.2 Generalized Method of Fusion -- 6.3.3 "Quasi-Maxwellian" Form -- 6.3.4 The Density of Quadri-current -- 6.3.5 The Energy Density -- 6.3.6 The "Corpuscular" Tensor -- 6.3.7 The "type M" Tensors -- 6.3.8 Spin -- 6.4 Theory of Particles with Maximum Spin 2 -- 6.4.1 The Particles of Maximum Spin 2. Graviton -- 6.4.2 Why are Gravitation and Electromagnetism Linked? -- 6.4.3 The Tensorial Equations of a Particle of Maximum Spin 2 -- 6.5 Quantum (Linear) Theory Gravitation -- 6.5.1 The Particle of Maximum Spin 2. Graviton -- 6.5.2 Comparison with Other Theories -- 6.5.3 The "Proca Equation" -- 6.5.4 The Bargmann-Wigner Equation -- 7. P, T, and C Symmetries, the Solutions with Negative Energy, and the Representation of Antiparticles in Spinor Equations -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 The Spatial Symmetries of the Electromagnetic Quantities -- 7.3 The Time Symmetry of the Electromagnetic Field -- 7.4 P, T, and C Variance of the Electromagnetic Field -- 7.5 Transforming the Potentials -- 7.6 P, T, and C Invariance in the Dirac Equation -- 7.7 P, T, and C Invariance in the Monopole Equation -- 7.8 P, T, and C Transformation Laws for Tensor Quantities -- 7.9 Nonlinearity and Quantum Mechanics: Are They Compatible? -- 7.10 Nonlinear Spinorial Equations and Their Symmetries -- 8. A Catalytic Nuclear Fusion Arising from Weak Interaction.

8.1 Main Ideas -- 8.2 Introduction -- 8.3 A Possible Catalyst for Nuclear Fusion -- 8.3.1 Some Remarks -- 8.4 A Test-Experiment -- 9. Conclusion -- References -- Further Reading -- Symmetry Breaking by Electric Discharges in Water and Formation of Lochak's Light Magnetic Monopoles in an Extended Standar ... -- Introduction -- Conventions and Explanatory Notes -- 1. Elements of the Spinor Field Quantum Theory -- 1.1 Algebraic Representation of the Spinor Field -- 1.2 Nonperturbative Self-Regularization -- 1.3 Symmetries and Symmetry Breaking -- 1.3.1 Conserved Symmetries -- 1.3.2 Discrete Transformations -- 1.3.3 Antisymmetrization -- 1.3.4 Symmetry Breaking and Parafermi States -- 1.4 Weak Mappings in Functional Space -- 1.4.1 Chain Rule Mappings -- 2. Composite Particle States Above the Ground State -- 2.1 Relativistic Equations for Composite Bosons -- 2.2 PCT- and CP-Invariant Fermion Propagators -- 2.3 Spinor Field Version of Lochak's Photon Theory -- 2.4 Propagator for Symmetry Breaking Experiments -- 2.5 Summary -- 2.6 Parafermi Electric and Magnetic Boson States -- 2.7 Physical Effect of Symmetry Breaking -- 2.8 Relativistic Equations for Composite Leptons -- 2.9 Eigenstates of Energy and Angular Momentum -- 2.10 Group Theory of Fermions for Full Symmetry -- 2.11 Parafermi Boson and Lepton States -- 2.12 Composite Particle States for High Velocities -- 3. Dynamics of the Extended Standard Model -- 3.1 Introductory Comments -- 3.2 Theory with Composite Electroweak Bosons -- 3.3 Effective Canonical Equations of Motion -- 3.4 A Consistency Test of the Boson Theory -- 3.5 Fields for CP and Isospin Symmetry Breaking -- 4. Magnetic Monopoles and Discharges -- 4.1 Supersonic Spark Discharges in Water -- 4.2 Processes Connected with Neutrino Emission -- 4.3 How Magnetic Monopoles are Linked to Discharges.

4.4 Changes and Invariants of the Coupling Term -- 4.5 Regularization and Probability Conservation -- 4.6 Mapping with Inclusion of Charged Lepton States -- 4.7 Discharge Effects on Leptonic Doublets -- 4.8 The Role of Ordinary Neutrinos -- Appendix A -- References -- Index.

Advances in Imaging and Electron Physics merges two long-running serials-Advances in Electronics and Electron Physics and Advances in Optical and Electron Microscopy. The series features extended articles on the physics of electron devices (especially semiconductor devices), particle optics at high and low energies, microlithography, image science and digital image processing, electromagnetic wave propagation, electron microscopy, and the computing methods used in all these domains. Contributions from leading authorities Informs and updates on all the latest developments in the field.

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