Barreto, Manoel Eneas
December 23, 2019
Mecânica Relativística, Quântica Simétrica, emissão do fóton
In the article "Limits on the Weak Equivalence Principle and Photon Mass with FRB 121102 Sub-pulses", the authors report that, for sub-pulse AO 05 of said FRB, the delay time, ∆tm0 y 6=0, between frequencies νh = 1374.16 MHz e νl = 1343.69 is 0.4 ms. On the other hand, in the article "Symmetric Quantum Relativistic Mechanics applied to the photon" we show that there is a direct dependence between frequency, νv, and velocity, v. Thus, once the frequencies νh e νl are known we can establish the respective speeds, vh e vl, and, given that the distance of said FRB is known (≈ 3 billion light years), then, with a relatively simple calculation, we can calculate the expected delay time, ∆tm0 y 6=0, between the arrival of the highest frequency wave, νh, and the lowest frequency wave, νl, in the experimental apparatus (≈ 1.14 ms). In this work, we also hypothesized that the emission of the photon by the atom occurs at dierent velocities, v, which is therefore the main cause for the delay times observed in radio waves in the case of FRBs. Maple references, (x), refer to calculations performed on Maple 18, with 100 decimal places, whose le is at the end of this work.