Sharafiddinov, Rasulkhozha Sultonkhozhaevich
Quantum Theory / Particle Physics
December 07, 2015
The mathematical logic of a true nature of mirror symmetry expresses, in the case of the
Dirac Lagrangian, the ideas of the left- and right-handed photons referring to long- and shortlived particles, respectively. Such a difference in lifetimes says about the photons of the different components having the unidentical masses, energies and momenta. This requires the generalization of the classical Klein-Gordon equation to the case of all types of bosons with a nonzero spin. The latter together with a new Dirac equation admits the existence of the second type of the local gauge transformation responsible for origination in the Lagrangian of an interaction Newton component, which gives an inertial mass to all the interacting matter fields. The quantum mass operator and the mirror presentation of the classical Schr¨odinger equation suggest one more highly important equation. Findings show clearly that each of the quantum mass, energy and momentum operators can individually act to the wave function. They constitute herewith the Euler-Lagrange equation at the level of the mass-charge structure of gauge invariance.