Elko Spinor Fields and Massive Magnetic Like Monopoles

@article{Oliveira2013ElkoSF,
  title={Elko Spinor Fields and Massive Magnetic Like Monopoles},
  author={E. Capelas De Oliveira and Waldyr Alves Jr. Rodrigues and Jayme Vaz},
  journal={International Journal of Theoretical Physics},
  year={2013},
  volume={53},
  pages={4381-4401}
}
In this paper we recall that by construction Elko spinor fields of λ and ρ types satisfy a coupled system of first order partial differential equations (csfopde) that once interacted leads to Klein-Gordon equations for the λ and ρ type fields. Since the csfopde is the basic one and since the Klein-Gordon equations for λ and ρ possess solutions that are not solutions of the csfopde for λ and ρ we infer that it is legitimate to attribute to those fields mass dimension 3/2 (as is the case of Dirac… 
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