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Bagadi, R. (2016). A Novel Bracket And Wave Equation Of A Photon. PHILICA.COM Article number 623.

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A Novel Bracket And Wave Equation Of A Photon

Ramesh Chandra Bagadiunconfirmed user (Physics, Engineering Mechanics, Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of Wisconsin)

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Abstract
A novel kind of classical bracket of classical observables is proposed. This bracket is used directly as a derivation* of the commutator of the quantum mechanical observables that are simply obtained by Dirac quantization of the classical observables. Light bending in the presence of a massive object in Schwarzschild’s metric is considered and the above bracket is used to obtain a second quantized equation of the wave function of the photon in this situation via the Dirac quantization.

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1 Author comment added 7th July, 2016 at 06:16:37

A Novel Bracket And Wave Equation Of Photon …continued…
In the expression {x(t)p(t+dt)-P9t)x(t+dt)}=Maximum Uncertainity Possible Among the Two Observables,
We can note that this Uncertainity is due to the Angular Velocity Evolution Function of the Reference Frame from which the observables are measured at time t and time t+dt. Such Angular Velocity Evolution Function exists because of the Recursional Intensity Evolution Function (Characteristic of the Local Star in the vicinity) existing along Space and Time Temporally when Space & Time are slated along the Prime Metric. Therefore, from the measurement Of LHS in the above expression, we can compute such aforementioned Angular Velocity Evolution Function. Also, if we already have the value of the same, we can use it to compute the change in x(t) to x(t+dt) and also the change in p(t) to p(t+dt) due to the change in Angular Velocity Evolution Function between these two co-ordinates of time and space. This allows us to Compute Our Wave Function (Equation) of any Sub-Atomic Particle at a much refined state.
Also, we can find the Wave Function (Equation) of any Sub-Atomic Particle with frequency v(sa) (to be read as nu(sa)) by just replacing the frequency v (to be read as nu) by v(sa) (to be read as nu(sa)) in equation 10 (of the above paper) and wherever it occurs onwards.
In zones where there are Potential Well Zones, i.e, Time Expanding and/ or Contracting Zones, we include the effect of expansion and/ or contraction of time by appropriately Transforming the Recursional Intensity Evolution Function , i.e., the consequential Angular Velocity Evolution Function which is also locally the Time Recursion Evolution Scheme. Therefore, one can gauge the Wave function of Any Particle In Potential Wells of Time Zones.
References:
http://www.vixra.org/author/ramesh_chandra_bagadi




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