A NEW DIRAC BISPINOR FORM OF MAXWELL'S EQUATIONS AND ITS ROLE IN A THEORY OF ELEMENTARY INTERACTIONS.
Final rept. Pt 3, 1 Oct 64-1 Apr 65,
BOSTON COLL CHESTNUT HILL MASS
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Using the relativistic-operational concept of elementary interaction, the author shows that it is possible to write Maxwells equations in a bi-spinor form similar to that of the bi-spinor Dirac equation. In the context of a theory of elementary interactions, new electromagnetic interactions are introduced in a natural way through the use of the bispinor Maxwell equations in a Lagrangian formalism. In particular a new spinor torque interaction occurs in addition to the usual Lorentz Force interaction. The physical effects of this new electromagnetic interaction in a theory of elementary interactions are discussed. Author
- Nuclear Physics and Elementary Particle Physics