martedì 14 dicembre 2010

On some equations concerning quantum electrodynamics coupled to quantum gravity:mathematical connections with some sector of Strings and Number Theory

Questo è il titolo ed il riassunto del nuovo articolo sulle connessioni tra Analisi Matematica, Teoria dei Numeri, Gravità Quantistica e settori della Teoria delle Stringhe


On some equations concerning quantum electrodynamics coupled to quantum gravity, the gravitational contributions to the gauge couplings and quantum effects in the theory of gravitation: mathematical connections with some sector of String Theory and Number Theory


Abstract


This paper is principally a review, a thesis, of principal results obtained from various authoritative theoretical physicists and mathematicians in some sectors of theoretical physics and mathematics. In this paper in the Section 1, we have described some equations concerning the quantum electrodynamics coupled to quantum gravity. In the Section 2, we have described some equations concerning the gravitational contributions to the running of gauge couplings. In the Section 3, we have described some equations concerning some quantum effects in the theory of gravitation. In the Section 4, we have described some equations concerning the supersymmetric Yang-Mills theory applied in string theory and some lemmas and equations concerning various gauge fields in any non-trivial quantum field theory for the pure Yang-Mills Lagrangian. Furthermore, in conclusion, in the Section 5, we have described various possible mathematical connections between the argument above mentioned and some sectors of Number Theory and String Theory, principally with some equations concerning the Ramanujan’s modular equations that are related to the physical vibrations of the bosonic strings and of the superstrings, some Ramanujan’s identities concerning π and the zeta strings.


Per chi vuole leggere l'articolo completo, qui di seguito i links:

http://nardelli.xoom.it/virgiliowizard/sites/default/files/sp_wizard/docs/NarTom1.pdf

http://eprints.bice.rm.cnr.it/3088/1/NarTom1.pdf

http://eprints.bice.rm.cnr.it/3088/



Michele Nardelli

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