Electrodynamics with charged strings
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We show that in a four-dimensional space–time a complex scalar field can be associated with a one-dimensionally extended object, called a charged string. The string is said to be charged because the complex scalar field describing it interacts with an electromagnetic field. A charged string is characterized by an extension of the symmetry group of the charge space to a group of stretch rotations. We propose relativistically invariant and gauge-invariant equations describing the interaction of a complex scalar field with an electromagnetic field, and each solution of them corresponds to a charged string. We achieve this by introducing the notion of a charged string index, which, as verified, takes only integer values. We establish equations from which it follows that charged strings fit naturally into the framework of the Maxwell–Dirac electrodynamics.
Keywordselectrodynamics magnetic charge anion string charged string
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