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B QUANTUM THEORY | 27 |

Nondualistic Theories | 39 |

B QUANTUM THEORY | 52 |

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4-vector action function affine connection antisymmetric arbitrary baryon characterized charged particles classical co-ordinate system co-ordinate transformations commutation relations components concept condition conservation laws Consider constant contracted curvature tensor corresponding covariant derivative curvature tensor defined denote density eigenvalues eigenvectors Einstein Einstein-Maxwell equations electrodynamics electromagnetic field elementary particle energy-momentum tensor equation of motion equivalent example field equations field operators field theory field-equations field-particle duality formalism free-field equations fundamental gauge transformation geodesic given graph gravitational field Hamiltonian Heisenberg Hermetian operator Hilbert space identities implies infinitesimal interaction invariant isospin Lagrangian lepton linear Lorentz group manifold mass Maxwell-Lorentz Maxwell's equations metric tensor Minkowski momentum non-dualistic theories non-linear non-symmetric pa(x photon Phys physical potential problem properties quantized quantum mechanics quantum number quantum theory re-normalization representation Riemannian satisfy scalar self-energy singularities so-called solution space-time spherically symmetric theory of gravitation tion unified unitary vanishes variational principle vector Weyl Weyl's