2 edition of **Bound states for spin 1/2 particles in general relativity** found in the catalog.

Bound states for spin 1/2 particles in general relativity

Colber G. Oliveira

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Published
**1969**
by Centro Brasileiro de Pesquisas Físicas in Rio de Janeiro
.

Written in English

- General relativity (Physics),
- Bound states (Quantum mechanics)

**Edition Notes**

Includes bibliographical references.

Statement | by C. G. Oliveira, N. Arbex, and A. Santoro. |

Series | Centro Brasileiro de Pesquisas Físicas. Notas de física, v. 15, no. 4 |

Contributions | Arbex, N., joint author., Santoro, A., joint author., Centro Brasileiro de Pesquisas Físicas. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QC174.45 .O438 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | 55-67 p. |

Number of Pages | 67 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL5751915M |

LC Control Number | 71016397 |

with bound states and few-body scattering in a nonperturbative manner. In this book we present a nonperturbative approach to relativistic few-body systems which is a direct generalization of nonrelativistic quantum mechanics. In fact, as is shown at the end of chapter 2, the Klein–Gordon and Dirac equations are derived from the. The Euler-Lagrange Equations and Constants of the Motion. Brachistochrone Problem. Extremal Aging for Inertially Moving Clocks. Optional Problems in the Use of the Calculus of Variations as Applied to Lagragian Mechanics and Other Problems in the Extremization of Path Integrals. Relativistic Dynamics and Particle Physics.

for spin-1/2 particles and that it could therefore only be derived as a non-relativistic limit of the relativistic Dirac equation. So it was known in standard quantum mechanics that the spin of electron has only relativistic nature. However, in , this supposition was questioned by W. Greiner [4] when he derivates the spin from the non-. An excellent book, with a startlingly new spin on some basic tropes (alien life, the 'space marine' as a character trope, and artificial intelligence especially). After quickly finishing both this book and its sequel, Spin Control, I was disappointed to learn that Moriarty hadn't published any more in the series/5.

The book contains chapters on gravitational radiation, cosmology, and connections between general relativity and the fundamental physics of the microworld. It explains the geometry of curved spaces and contains key solutions of Einstein's equations - the Schwarzschild and Kerr solutions. The remaining known indivisible constituents of matter are spin-1/2 fermions, known as leptons (those without strong nuclear interactions) and quarks (those with strong nuclear interactions). All experimental tests are consistent with the proposition that these particles have no .

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