Theoretical Physics: Gravity, Magnetic Fields and Wave Functions

$210.00

Julie P. Chan (Editor)
Matthew E. Weir (Editor)

Series: Physics Research and Technology
BISAC: SCI055000

This new book presents and discusses current research in the field of theoretical physics with a particular focus on gravitation, magnetic fields and wave function. Topics discussed include magnetic components of gravitational waves; the spin-connection gauge field theory of gravitation; novel exact solution methodologies in wave function analysis; Yang-Mills formulation of gravitation; the role of interaction with the local and nonlocal modes of electromagnetic fields and the application of the magnetic field integral equation. (Imprint: Nova)

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Preface

A Low-Energy Phenomenological Theory of Yang-Mills Formulation of Gravitation;pp. 1-41
(Jian Qi Shen, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, The People’s Republic of China and others)

Spin-Connection Gauge Field Theory of Gravitation;pp. 43-62
(Jian Qi Shen,Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, The People’s Republic of China and others)

Magnetic Components of Gravitational Waves and Response
Functions of Interferometers;pp. 63-92
(Christian Corda, Associazione Scientifica Galileo Galilei, Prato, Italy)

Recent Remarks on Novel Exact Solution Methodologies in
Wavefunction Analysis;pp. 93-135
(Valentino A. Simpao, Mathematical Consultant Services, Greenville, KY, USA)

Role of Interaction With the Local and Nonlocal Modes of the Electromagnetic Field on Intense Field Multiphoton Ionization of the Hydrogen Atom;pp. 137-146
(Krishna Rai Dastidar and Sujata Bhattacharyya, Dept. of Spectroscopy, Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science, Kolkata, India and others)

Application of the Magnetic Field Integral Equation to Diffraction and Reflection by a Conducting Sheet;pp. 147-156
(Henk F. Arnoldus, Mississippi State University, USA)

Neutron Bag Radius From the Electric and Magnetic Neutron Form Factors at Q2=1.75- 4 (GeV/c)2;pp. 157-165
(G.R. Boroun and F. Naseri, Dept. of Physics, Razi University, Kermanshah, Iran)

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