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Majorana-Oppenheimer approach to Maxwell electrodynamics in Riemannian space-time
The Riemann -- Silberstein -- Majorana -- Oppengeimer approach to the Maxwell electrodynamics in presence of electrical sources and arbitrary media is investigated within the matrix formalism. TheExpand
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On Parametrization of the Linear GL(4, C) and Unitary SU(4) Groups in Terms of Dirac Matrices ?
Parametrization of 4 ◊ 4-matrices G of the complex linear group GL(4,C) in terms of four complex 4-vector parameters (k,m,n,l) is investigated. Additional restrictions separating some subgroups ofExpand
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Duffin-Kemmer-Petiau formalism reexamined: non-relativistic approximation for spin 0 and spin 1 particles in a Riemannian space-time
It is shown that the generally covariant Duffin-Kemmer-Petiau equation, formulated in the frame of the Tetrode-Weyl-Fock-Ivanenko tetrad formalism, allows for a non-relativistic approximation if theExpand
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Maxwell equations in Riemannian space-time, geometry effect on material equations in media
The known possibility to consider the (vacuum) Maxwell equations in a curved space-time as Maxwell equations in flat space-time(Mandel'stam L.I., Tamm I.E.) taken in an effective media the propertiesExpand
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Maxwell equations in complex form, squaring procedure and separating the variables
The Riemann–Silberstein–Majorana–Oppenheimer complex approach to the Maxwell electrodynamics is investigated within the matrix formalism. Within the squaring procedure we construct four types ofExpand
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Spin 1 Particle in a 15-Component Formalism, Interaction with Electromagnetic and Gravitational Fields
A generalized vector particle theory with the use of an extended set of Lorentz group irredicible representations, including scalar, two 4-vectors, and antisymmetric 2-rang tensor, is investigated.Expand
Majorana–Oppenheimer Approach to Maxwell Electrodynamics. Part I. Minkowski Space
The Riemann–Silberstein–Majorana–Oppenheimer approach to the Maxwell electrodynamics in presence of electrical sources and arbitrary media is investigated within the matrix formalism. The symmetry ofExpand
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