Quantum Self-Frictional Relativistic Nucleoseed Spinor-Type Tensor Field Theory of Nature

Guseinov I. I.

ADVANCES IN HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS, vol.2017, 2017 (SCI-Expanded) identifier identifier

  • Publication Type: Article / Article
  • Volume: 2017
  • Publication Date: 2017
  • Doi Number: 10.1155/2017/6049079
  • Journal Indexes: Science Citation Index Expanded (SCI-EXPANDED), Scopus
  • Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart University Affiliated: Yes


For study of quantumself-frictional (SF) relativistic nucleoseed spinor-type tensor (NSST) field theory of nature (SF-NSST atomicmolecular-nuclear and cosmic-universe systems) we use the complete orthogonal basis sets of 2(2s + 1)-component columnmatrices type SF psi((delta*)S)(n/jm)-relativistic NSST orbitals (psi((delta*)S)-RNSSTO) and SF X-n/jmj(S)- relativistic Slater NSST orbitals (X-S-RSNSSTO) through the psi((delta*))(nimj)-nonrelativistic scalar orbitals (psi((delta*))-NSO) and chi(nimj)-nonrelativistic Slater type orbitals (chi-NSTO), respectively. Here delta* = p(l)* or delta* = alpha* and p(l)* = 2l + 2 - alpha*, alpha* are the integer (alpha* = alpha, - infinity < alpha <= 2) or noninteger (alpha* not equal alpha, -infinity < alpha* < 3) SF quantum numbers, where s = 0, 1/ 2, 1, 3/ 2, 2,.... We notice that the nonrelativistic psi((delta*))-NSO and chi-NSTO orbitals themselves are obtained from the relativistic Psi((delta*)s)-RNSSTO and X-s-RSNSSTO functions for s = 0, respectively. The column-matrices-type SF Y-1(jmj)ls-RNSST harmonics (Y-1(ls)-RNSSTH) and Y-2(jmj)ls-modified NSSTH (Y-2(ls)-MNSSTH) functions for arbitrary spin s introduced by the author in the previous papers are also used. The one- and two-center one-range addition theorems for psi((delta*))-NSO and noninteger chi-NSTO orbitals are presented. The quantum SF relativistic nonperturbative theory for V-nijmj((delta*))-RNSST potentials (V-(delta*)-RNSSTP) and their derivatives is also suggested. To study the transportations of mass and momentum in nature the quantum SF relativistic NSST gravitational photon (gph) with s = 1 is introduced.