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Major advances have happened within the box because the past variation, together with advances in gentle squeezing, unmarried photon optics, part conjugation, and laser know-how. The laser is largely answerable for nonlinear results and is largely utilized in all branches of technological know-how, undefined, and medication.

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Evans and s. jeffers Dirac attempted to remedy this flaw on the U(1) level by defining the electromagnetic phase factor by [42]  þ  g ¼ exp ig Am ðxm Þdxm ð297Þ On the O(3) level, vacuum gauge theory is defined by a Clifford algebra ð1Þ ð2Þ ð3Þ þ Að1Þ þ Að3Þ Am ¼ Að2Þ m e m e m e ð2Þ ð1Þ A¼A e ð1Þ ð2Þ þA e ð3Þ ð3Þ þA e ð298Þ ð299Þ where Am is a vector in the internal gauge space of O(3) symmetry and a 4-vector in Minkowski spacetime. In the internal gauge space, the Maxwell vector potential is defined as A ¼ AX i þ AY j þ AZ k ¼ Að2Þ eð1Þ þ Að1Þ eð2Þ þ Að3Þ eð3Þ ð300Þ indicating by ansatz the existence of a nonzero A(3) in the vacuum.

Equation (73) can be written as qm Gmn ¼ Àig AÃm Gmn  Jm e0 ð77Þ in the vacuum, and this is the Lehnert equation [42,45]. The latter gives longitudinal or axisymmetric solutions and can describe physical situations that the Maxwell–Heaviside theory cannot. On the O(3) level, one can write the Proca equation in the following form (22): mð2Þ ð& þ g2 Að1Þ Þ Anð1Þ ¼ 0 m A mð1Þ ð& þ g2 Að2Þ Þ Anð2Þ ¼ 0 m A mð3Þ ð& þ g2 Að3Þ Þ Anð3Þ ¼ 0 m A ð78Þ the present status of the quantum theory of light 19 The third equation of (22) reduces to a d’Alembert equation & Anð3Þ ¼ 0 ð79Þ ð3Þ because Am Amð3Þ ¼ 0 in O(3) electrodynamics.

In consequence, it has been shown elsewhere [42,47–61] that U(1) gauge theory applied to electromagnetism does not describe interferometry or physical optics in general. There is an interrelation between the A and Am vectors of the scalar internal gauge space and components of Amð1Þ and Amð2Þ in the vacuum Að1Þ ¼ iAX eð1Þ ð294Þ Að2Þ ¼ ÀiAY eð2Þ ð295Þ so that Að1Þ ¼ Að2Þà is a vacuum plane wave. It can be seen that, on the U(1) level, local and global gauge transformation introduce arbitrariness into the electromagnetic phase factor: g ¼ exp ðÀiðot À kZÞÞ ð296Þ 50 m.

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