CANONICAL STRUCTURE OF GAUGE INVARIANCE PROCA'S ELECTRODYNAMICS THEORY

@inproceedings{Zambrano2018CANONICALSO,
  title={CANONICAL STRUCTURE OF GAUGE INVARIANCE PROCA'S ELECTRODYNAMICS THEORY},
  author={German Enrique Ramos Zambrano and Bruto Max Pimentel},
  year={2018}
}
Proca's electrodynamics describes a theory of massive photons which is not gauge invariant. In this paper we show that the gauge invariance is recovered if a scalar field is properly incorporated into the theory. We followed the Dirac's technique to perform a detailed analysis of the constraint structure of the theory. Appropriate gauge conditions were derived to eliminate the first class constraints and obtain the Dirac's brackets of the independent dynamical variables. Alternatively, the… 
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