Microscopic Manifestations of the Wave Nature and the Fifth Fundamental Field
International Journal of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics
Volume 5, Issue 4, December 2019, Pages: 104-110
Received: Nov. 6, 2019; Accepted: Nov. 23, 2019; Published: Dec. 6, 2019
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Louis-Marie Moukala, Department of Exact Sciences, Higher Normal School, Brazzaville, Congo
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Abstract
In Quantum Mechanics, one knows that the wave function interpretation is probabilistic. We previously established that any particle scalar field is the cause of its existence. Here, one examined the plane solution regarding a moving particle in vacuum, through the relativistic formalism. It appeared the following. (i) The solution presents four alternatives, like in Dirac unified formalism; when searching stationary solutions of the system vacuum-particle or the system vacuum-antiparticle. (ii) Considering the former, each spinner component shows the interaction of one particle charge with three vacuum fermions of spin-½; each oriented along one space direction. Furthermore, this allows deducting the triple nature of any gauge fermion. (iii) Each solution case is definable with a same wave front width. This determination became possible from the vector companion of that wave function one introduced before. Here, this points out the existence of transverse time. (iv) Both functions let emphasizing the existence of a third fundamental field of long range, which is identifiable to the fundamental spin field. (v) This unites the particle spin and orbital momenta and bears in addition a magnetic-like field, which is yet unknown. (vi) According to the charge, a particle field is observable in wave phenomena, from the manifestations of its gauge fermions or gauge bosons; when ejected from their stationary states by a perturbation… At last, the results highlight the quantum composition of wave functions, the spin-field patency, and the wave nature manifestation from five differentiable fields.
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Duality Field-Matter, Klein-Gordon Equation, Quantum Mechanics, Quantum Vacuum, Spin Field, Transverse Time, Wave Front, Wave Function, Wave Nature
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Louis-Marie Moukala, Microscopic Manifestations of the Wave Nature and the Fifth Fundamental Field, International Journal of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics. Vol. 5, No. 4, 2019, pp. 104-110. doi: 10.11648/j.ijamtp.20190504.12
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