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R. J. Beach

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, L-482, 7000 East Avenue, Livermore, CA 94551

E-mail: beach2@llnl.gov

Abstract

A continuous field theory of matter and electromagnetism is developed. The starting point of the

theory is the classical Maxwell equations which are directly tied to the Riemann-Christoffel

curvature tensor. This is done through the derivatives of the Maxwell tensor which are equated to

electromagnetic portion of the theory is shown to be equivalent to the classical Maxwell equations

with the addition of a hidden variable. Because the proposed equations describing

electromagnetism and matter differ from the classical Maxwell-Einstein equations, their ability to

describe classical physics is shown for several situations by direct calculation. The inclusion of

antimatter and the possibility of particle-like solutions exhibiting both quantized charge and mass

are discussed.

1. Introduction

Since the introduction of Einsteins General Relativity, numerous continuous field theories have been

proposed which attempt to explain electromagnetism, gravitation and the constitution of matter. Here I

propose a continuous field theory with dynamical variables represented by two 2nd-order tensor fields, two

vector fields, and two scalar fields. All of these fields are familiar to classical physics with the exception

of the vector field a , which is used to couple the derivatives of the Maxwell tensor to the Riemann-

Christoffel curvature tensor. The following is a list of the theorys dynamical variables (fields):

g metric tensor

1

F Maxwell tensor

u 4-velocity

a no counterpart in classical physics, used in F ; = a R

c charge density

The outline of the paper is as follows: After describing the equations of the theory, I show that they are

consistent with the requirements of general covariance, i.e., there are four degrees of freedom in the

solutions of the dynamical variables of the theory corresponding to the four degrees of freedom in the

coordinate system. I then go on to find an exact spherically-symmetric solution for all dynamical

variables representing the electric and gravitational fields of a point charge, which is in agreement with

the asymptotic forms of these fields predicted by the conventional Maxwell-Einstein theory. A route to

finding particle-like solutions having both quantized mass and charge is then described, although exact

solutions are not found. A discussion of antimatter and how it is included in the theory is then given.

Next I demonstrate a solution representing an electromagnetic plane wave in the weak field limit of the

theory. Finally, I discuss the correspondence of the theory to classical electromagnetism and point out

that from the perspective of the proposed theory Maxwells equations are incomplete due to the presence

of a hidden variable, the 4-vector field a which has no counterpart in classical physics.

Throughout I work in geometric units and use a metric tensor with signature [+,+,+,-]. Spatial

indices run from 1 to 3, with 4 the time index. For the definitions of the Riemann-Christoffel curvature

tensor and the Ricci tensor, I follow those used by Weinberg. i

2. Theory

A covariant theory of matter and electromagnetism is developed by connecting the derivatives of the

Maxwell tensor F ; directly to the Riemann-curvature tensor via contraction with a continuous vector

F ; = a R (1)

2

The motivations for this equation are the algebraic properties of the Riemann-curvature tensor. The

cyclicity of the curvature tensor, R + R + R =

0 , with (1) immediately gives Maxwells

source-free equations,

F ; + F ; + F ; =

0, (2)

or equivalently, F , + F , + F , =

0 , since F is antisymmetric. Maxwells source-containing

F ; = a R (3)

(a

R )

;

=0 (4)

since F ; ; vanishes identically by the antisymmetry of F . The conserved vector field a R then

a= R =

cu

J c , ( ) (5)

where the subscript c stands for charge and is added for clarification and u is the ordinary 4-velocity

satisfying the normalization

u u = 1 . (6)

In (5), c is interpreted as the charge density that would be measured by an observer in the locally inertial

coordinate system co-moving with the charge. Together, (3) and (5) then lead directly to Maxwells

source-containing equations,

F ; = J c . (7)

An expression for c can be derived from (5) and (6) in two equivalent but slightly different forms,

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u a R

c = or , (8)

a R a R

which will be useful when looking for specific solutions. To complete the theory, a conserved energy-

momentum tensor is added,

1

T ; = p u u + F F g F F = 0 , (9)

4 ;

where p is the ponderable mass density. Contracting (9) with u gives T ; u = 0 , which leads

directly to

( u )

p

;

= 0, (10)

identifying p as a locally conserved quantity. Combining (9) and (10) then gives

Du

p = cu F , (11)

D

the Lorentz force law. The particular form of the energy-momentum tensor in (9) was chosen to ensure

(10) and (11) as consequences. As stated above and described in the next section, the theory is logically

consistent from the stand point of general covariance without need to impose any conditions on the stress-

energy tensor itself beyond it being divergence free and of the form given in (9); specifically, the Einstein

field equation G = T is not required.

The logical consistency of the theory is manifest in 22 independent relations that are used to determine

the 26 dynamical fields of the theory. The 4-degrees of freedom in the determination of the dynamical

variables are a result of general covariance and represent the four degrees of freedom in the choice of

coordinate system. The dynamical variables of the theory are given in Table 1.

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Table 1: Dynamical variables of theory

g metric tensor 10

F Maxwell tensor 6

a Clifford vector 4

u 4-velocity 4

c charge density 1

p mass density 1

Total = 26

Equation

Equation Number of components

number

F ; = a R (1) 24

a R = c u (5) 4

u u = 1 (6) 1

1

T ; = p u u + F F g F F = 0 (9) 4

4 ;

Total = 33

But not all of the equations of the theory listed in Table 2 are independent. Dependent equations which

are derived from the equations in Table 2 are listed in Table 3.

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Table 3: Dependent equations

Equation Number of

Equation Derivation

number components

(1) and cyclicity of the Riemann-curvature

F , + F , + F , =

0 (2) 4

tensor, R + R + R =

0

(

c u

= ) (=

;

a R )

; 0 (4) (1) and (5) 1

u a R

c = or (8) (5) and (6) 1

a R a R

( u )p

;

=0 (10) (9) and (6) 1

Du

p = cu F (11) (9), (6) and (10) 4

D

Total = 11

The 11 dependent equations listed in Table 3, when applied against the 33 equations of the theory listed in

Table 2, give a total of 22 independent equations.

4. Integrability conditions

The approach presented here for electromagnetism and matter departs from the standard Maxwell-

Einstein description in the mixed system of first order partial differential equations that are used to

describe the Maxwell tensor (1). It is not obvious at this point that (1) allows any solutions due to the

integrability conditions that must be satisfied by such a system for a solution to exist. ii Although there are

several ways of stating what these integrability conditions are, perhaps the simplest is given by

F R k F R .

F ; ; F ; ; = (12)

This condition is arrived at using the commutation relations for covariant derivatives, the analogue of the

commutation property for ordinary derivatives. Using (1) to substitute for F ; in (12) gives

(a

R ) (a

;

R )

;k

F R k F R ,

= (13)

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which can be interpreted as conditions that are automatically satisfied by any solution consisting of

expressions for g , a and F that satisfy (1). In addition to the integrability conditions represented

by (13), subsequent integrability conditions can be derived by repeatedly taking the covariant derivative

of (13) and substituting in the resulting equation for F ; using (1). The question that now arises is

this: Are these integrability conditions so restrictive that perhaps no solution exists to the proposed

theory? If so, and no solutions exist, then the theory is not interesting. But as will be shown in the next

section, formal solutions satisfying the theory do exist that represent particle-like fields which are in

agreement with the classical Maxwell-Einstein theory in their asymptotic limit. Additionally, radiative

solutions valid in the weak field limit of the theory and representing electromagnetic plane waves are

shown to exist. The existence of these formal solutions provides one of the motivations for further

investigation of the theory.

In this section I investigate solutions having spherical symmetry. Under these conditions, I demonstrate

, a , u , c , p is a formal

solution of the theory, i.e., all equations in Table 2 are satisfied. Although the presentation in this section

is purely formal, it is included here for several reasons. First, if the theory could not describe the

asymptotic electric and gravitational fields of a point charge, it would be of no interest on physical

grounds. Second, the presented theory requires the solution of a mixed system of first order partial

differential equations, a system that may be so restrictive that no solutions exist, and so at least a

mechanical outline of one methodology to demonstrate a solution is warranted.

1

2

0 0 0

q 2m

1+ 2

r r

g = 0 r2 0 0 , (14)

0 0 r Sin[ ]2

2

0

q 2

2m

0 0 0 1 2 +

r r

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a = ( 0, 0, 0, c1 ) , (15)

where c1 is a yet to be determined constant, c is determined from the second form of (8) to be

q 2 q 2 + r ( r 2 m)

c = c1 , (16)

r5

where I have arbitrarily chosen the positive root. Using (5), u is then found to be

r c1

u = 0, 0, 0, . (17)

2

+ c1

q r ( r 2 m )

The next step is to satisfy (1) by solving for F . Rather than tackling this head on and trying to find a

solution to (1), I will solve the integrability equations (13), which are linear in F for F . Solving (13)

in this manner, it is found that all the integrability equations are satisfied for F given by

(mr q 2 )

0 B B Er 0 0 0 c1

r3

B 0 Br E 0 0 0 0

=F = . (18)

B Br 0 E 0 0 0 0

Er E E 0 (mr q 2 )

c1 0 0 0

r3

Choosing c1 = q / m then gives an electric field that agrees with the Coulomb field of a point charge to

leading order in 1/ r . It is straightforward to substitute (18) into (1) and verify that (1) is now satisfied.

The last remaining equation of the theory, the conserved energy-momentum equation (9), is satisfied for

p given by

q 4 (q 2 2mr + r 2 )

p = . (19)

m2 r 6

( )

This demonstrates that the values for the field quantities g , F , a , u , c , p given in this section

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6. Quantization

The last step in the solution above, in which p was adjusted in an ad hoc manner to satisfy the

conserved energy-momentum equation (9), is just a mechanical trick at this point to show that formal

solutions to the theory actually exist. An interesting consequence of this procedure is that it leads to

quantized mass solutions if we impose the additional physical constraint on p that it be self-consistent

with the mass of the particle being modeled. This self-consistent mass can be determined by the

( )

gravitational field far from the particle, i.e., g 44 =1 + 2m / r + O 1/ r 2 for large r. This constraint can

be formulated quite generally for the static-metric, particle-like solutions being considered here as the

following boundary condition, iv

g 3 1 + g 44

u d x = lim r

4

p , (20)

g 44 r 2

where g = det g and the factor p u appears in the integrand because it is the locally measured mass

4

density where p is the mass density that would be measured in the locally inertial coordinate system that

is co-moving with it. The same type of self-consistency argument used above for quantizing mass can

also be applied to charge, leading to quantized charge solutions. For the spherical coordinate system

being considered here, the appropriate boundary condition on charge is

g

u d 3 x = lim r 2 F14 .

4

c (21)

g 44 r

For the presently considered Reissner-Nordstrom metric, the LHS of both (20) and (21) diverge leaving

no hope for satisfying these boundary conditions. The upshot of this observation is that while

representing a solution that describes the gravitational and electrical fields of a point charge and formally

satisfying the equations of the theory in Table 2, the ReissnerNordstrom metric cannot represent a

physically allowed particle-like solution. The possibility of finding solutions that satisfy both the

equations of the theory in Table 2 and the quantized mass and charge boundary conditions (20) and (21)

remains an open question at this point. Finally, if one goes to more generalized metrics that include

nonzero angular momentum and the possibility of magnetic fields, the line of thought used above to

quantize the mass and charge can be used to quantize the angular momentum of the solution.

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7. Antimatter

The distinction between matter and antimatter in the theory is based on the 4-velocity u and the value

that it takes on in the locally inertial coordinate system that is co-moving with it. In this co-moving

coordinate system matter will have u = (0, 0, 0,1) and antimatter will have

= u (0, 0, 0, 1) . The

spherically symmetric solution just investigated provides an illustration of this. In that solution, the value

of the constant c1 was chosen to be q/m. If q/m>0, this then determines the 4th component of u in (17)

to be positive, corresponding to matter. If, on the other hand, q/m<0, then the 4th component of u would

be negative, corresponding to antimatter. This is the analogue of the view today that a particles

antiparticle is the particle moving backwards through time. With these definitions for the 4-velocity of

matter and antimatter, charged ponderable mass density can annihilate similarly charged ponderable

antimass density and satisfy both the local conservation of electromagnetic charge (4) and ponderable

mass (10). Because total mass-energy is conserved (9), the annihilation of ponderable matter and

antimatter must be accompanied by the generation of electromagnetic energy, the only other available

energy channel in the theory.

In this section I investigate approximate solutions that represent electromagnetic plane waves.

Throughout I work in the weak field limit with

g=

+ h ei (t z ) (22)

,

=

where diag [1,1,1, 1] and h << 1 , and I only retain the terms to 1st order in the hs. The

coordinate system used is ( x, y , z , t ) , and I assume a plane wave polarized in the x-direction and

propagating in the +z-direction. This situation is described by the following Maxwell tensor,

0 0 By ei (t z ) Ex ei (t z )

F = .

0 0 0 0

(23)

By e ( t z )

i

0 0 0

i ( t z )

Ex e 0 0 0

10

a = ( c1 , c2 , c3 , c4 ) , (24)

where c1, c2, c3 and c4 are yet to be determined constants. Next I impose (4), a R ( );

= 0 , which gives

1

i (c3 + c4 )ei (t z ) (h33 + 2h34 + h44 ) 3 + O ( h ) =

2

0. (25)

2

(h33 + h44 ) / 2 , but in the end it will not matter

which is chosen, as both conditions will be required. Now imposing (1), we arrive at a series of

constraints on the hs and cs that must be satisfied to the 1st order in h. Rather than reproduce all of these

equations here, I just give the results below, which are straightforward to verify by direct substitution.

c1 h11

By = Ex =

2i

c2 = 0

c3 = c4

h12 = 0

h13 = -h14 (26)

h23 = -h24

h22 = -h11

h44 = h11 + h33

1

h34 = - (h33 + h44 )

2

0 1- h11ei (t-z) -h24 ei (t-z) h24 ei (t-z)

1

g = -h ei (t-z) -h24 ei (t-z) 1+ h33 ei (t-z) (h11 + h33 )ei (t-z) (27)

14

2

i (t-z) 1

h14 e h24 ei (t-z) (h11 + h33 )ei (t-z) -1+(h11 + h33 )ei (t-z)

2

with a given by

2iEx

a = , 0, c4 , c4 (28)

h11

11

describes an electromagnetic plane wave polarized in the x-direction and propagating in the +z-direction

with electric field amplitude Ex. At this point the values of h14, h24, h33, and c4 in (27) and (28) are not

restricted beyond the small field approximation for the hs. The solution has the interesting property that

the value of h11 is only required to be nonzero to yield a physical solution for a but beyond that is

unrestricted, except for the weak field approximation, if no further conditions are placed on a .

Equations (2), F , + F , + F , =

classical electromagnetism and so in weak field cases one expects the proposed theory to correspond to

the classical Maxwell theory as already demonstrated for several physical situations. However, the

proposed theory does not correspond exactly to classical electromagnetism because the Maxwell tensor

F is directly tied to the metric tensor and vice versa through (1). This is substantially different than the

case in classical Maxwell-Einstein theory where the electromagnetic fields are at most coupled to the

metric tensor through the energy-momentum tensor in Einsteins General Relativity ( G = T ). An

interesting observation is that if one only assumes knowledge of equations (2) and (7) but not (1), as in

classical electromagnetism, then the view from the perspective of the theory proposed here is that the

classical description is incomplete, i.e., Maxwells equations are incomplete due to the hidden variable

a in (1), a having no direct correspondence in classical physics. This leads to the speculation that the

proposed theory may have implications for quantum mechanics.

10. Conclusion

The proposed continuous field theory of matter and electromagnetism developed here departs from the

classical Maxwell-Einstein theory in two significant ways. First, the equation F ; = a R is

introduced which ties the derivatives of the Maxwell tensor to the Riemann curvature tensor through a

vector field a that has no counterpart in classical physics. Second, beyond the requirement that the

energy-momentum tensor be conserved ( T ; = 0 ) and consist of a ponderable mass and

electromagnetic term (9), there is no need to put any constraint on it as is done in General Relativity,

G = T . Adding to this the definition of the conserved electromagnetic charge current (5) and a

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local normalization requirement on the vector field u (6) defines the theory. The theory is shown to be

logically consistent from the standpoint of general covariance, with 22 independent equations determining

(

the 26 dynamical fields g , F , a , u , c , p ) that comprise the theory. Boundary conditions on

any physically allowed particle-like solutions impose quantization conditions on both the mass and charge

of the solution, and the inclusion of antimatter is straightforward. Finally, the Clifford vector a , which

has no counterpart in classical physics, plays the part of a hidden variable in the classical Maxwell

equations.

Because I have not offered any complete particle-like solutions satisfying the boundary

conditions (20) and (21), the presented theory must be considered unproven at this point. However, the

theory's simplicity and logical consistency from the standpoint of general covariance, its ability to

describe the asymptotic gravitational and electromagnetic fields of a point charge, the possible impact it

may have on hidden variable interpretations of quantum mechanics, and its close correspondence with

conventional Maxwell-Einstein theory of electromagnetism and gravitation may make it interesting for

further investigation.

The genesis of the work presented here was reported in a 1999 publication in which I attempted

to fit a related but slightly different interpretation of (1) into Einsteins General Relativity,

G = 8 G T . v

Acknowledgement

This work was performed under the auspices of the U.S. Department of Energy by Lawrence Livermore

National Laboratory under Contract DE-AC52-07NA27344.

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References

i

S. Weinberg, Gravitation and Cosmology, John Wiley & Sons, New York, NY 1972. The definition of the

ii

L.P. Eisenhart, An Introduction to Differential Geometry, Chapter 23, Systems of Partial Differential Equations of

the First Order, Mixed Systems, Princeton University Press 1947

iii

C. Misner, K. Thorne, and J. Wheeler, Gravitation, p. 840, W.H. Freeman and Company, San Francisco, CA 1970

iv

L.D. Landau and E.M. Lifshitz, The Classical Theory of Fields, Fourth Edition, p. 236, Pergamon Press, New

York, NY 1975. The determinant of the spatial part of the metric is given by = g / g 44 .

v

R.J. Beach, A Representation of the Electromagnetic Field in the Presence of Curvature, Physics Essays, 12, pp.

457-467, 1999

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