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Author: M.W. Evans,J.P. Vigier,S. Roy,Stanley Jeffers
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Title: The Enigmatic Photon: Volume 3: Theory and Practice of the B(3) Field (Fundamental Theories of Physics) (v. 3)
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The Enigmatic Photon: Volume 3: Theory and Practice of the B(3) Field (Fundamental Theories of Physics) (v. 3) by M.W. Evans,J.P. Vigier,S. Roy,Stanley Jeffers



Fundamental Theories of Physics. A Spinor Field Theory from Fermis to Light-Years. With a Foreword by C. Kilmister. Vigier, S. Roy and S. Jeffers: The Enigmatic Photon. Volume 3: Theory and. Practice of the. B. (3) Field. Rosser: Interpretation of Classical Electromagnetism. 1996 ISBN 0-7923-4187-2.

Published in Aug 1994,this text is the first in the series of volumes devoted to the photon. Volume 1 presents a systematic development of the fundamental magnetizing field of electromagnetic radiation, the B(3) field. The book has 12 chapters which collectively describe the properties of this field in a vacuum and in the interaction of light with matter. The Chaters are: 1. Wave and Particle. 2. Fundamental Symmetries. 3. The Origins of Wave Mechanics.

Theory and Practice of the B(3) Field. by Myron W. Evans, S. Roy, . Volume 3 of The Enigmatic Photon develops the theory and practical applications of the B(3) field. The opening chapters are based on the Dirac equation of a single fermion in a electromagnetic field, an equation which defines the way in which B(3) interacts with matter. These chapters predict the theoretical possibility of nuclear magnetic resonance at infrared and visible frequencies.

The Enigmatic Photon: Volume 3: Theory and Practice of the B(3) Field. Evans developed a classical unified field theory of gravitation and electromagnetism on the background of a spacetime obeying a Riemann-Cartan geometry. In an accompanying paper I, we analyzed this theory and summarized it in nine equations. We now propose a variational principle for Evans' theory and show that it yields two field equations.

Volume 3 of The Enigmatic Photon develops the theory and practical applications of the B(3) field. These chapters predict the theoretical possibility of nuclear magnetic resonance at infrared and visible frequencies

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The Enigmatic Photon - Volume 3: Theory and Practice of the B(3) Field (FUNDAMENTAL THEORIES OF PHYSICS Volume 77) (Fundamental Theories of Physics) by. Myron W. Evans, Jean-Pierre Vigier. Sisir Roy., Stanley Jeffers. The Enigmatic Photon: Volume 5: O(3) Electrodynamics by. Evans.

Volume 3 of The Enigmatic Photon develops the theory and practical applications of the B(3) field. The opening chapters are based on the Dirac equation of a single fermion in a circularly-polarized electromagnetic field, an equation which defines the way in which B(3) interacts with matter. These chapters predict the theoretical possibility of nuclear magnetic resonance at infrared and visible frequencies. The third chapter considers the optical Aharonov-Bohm effect due to B(3), and suggests a mechanism for action at a distance in electrodynamics. Subsequent chapters discuss the radiation theory of B(3) and relate it to the theory of fine photon mass. The final two chapters treat the theory of B(3) in cosmology and summarize future experimental developments. This book is a sequel to Volume 1, The Field B(3), which presents the first systematic description of the fundamental magnetizing field of electromagnetic radiation and Volume 2, Non-Abelian Electrodynamics, which deals with the development of the theory of the Evans-Vigier field B(3).

Audience: This book will be useful to researchers whose work involves nuclear magnetic resonance.