A generalized time-dependent relativistic wave equation

Awobode, A. M.
February 1994
Journal of Mathematical Physics;Feb94, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p568
Academic Journal
A time-dependent, spin-1/2, relativistic wave equation is introduced, so that some difficulties associated with the free particle Dirac equation may be resolved in a natural and systematic way. It has been found possible to establish a connection between the fluctuation of the velocity and a mass function which describes the fluctuation of the rest mass, derived from the Dirac theory. The time-dependent equation obtained by substituting the mass function for the constant mass term allows the description of spin fluctuations, for example, as time-dependent transitions between nonstationary states.


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