The Problem on Stationary States in Self Gravitational Field

Author(s)
Stanislav Fisenko

ABSTRACT

To follow is the problem on stationary states of an electron in its own gravitational field where the boundary conditions earlier described in [1] are made specific. The simplest approximation provides an assessment of the energy spectrum of stationary states only. Nevertheless, this is enough to confirm the existence of such stationary states and to further elaborate a detailed solution of the problem on stationary states including determination of all the quantum numbers’ spectra and corresponding wave functions. No other matters are discussed here. The case in hand is a purely mathematical problem, further physical interpretation of which is of a fundamental value.

To follow is the problem on stationary states of an electron in its own gravitational field where the boundary conditions earlier described in [1] are made specific. The simplest approximation provides an assessment of the energy spectrum of stationary states only. Nevertheless, this is enough to confirm the existence of such stationary states and to further elaborate a detailed solution of the problem on stationary states including determination of all the quantum numbers’ spectra and corresponding wave functions. No other matters are discussed here. The case in hand is a purely mathematical problem, further physical interpretation of which is of a fundamental value.

Cite this paper

Fisenko, S. (2016) The Problem on Stationary States in Self Gravitational Field.*Journal of Modern Physics*, **7**, 1045-1048. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2016.710093.

Fisenko, S. (2016) The Problem on Stationary States in Self Gravitational Field.

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[1] Fisenko, S.I. and Fisenko, I.S. (2015) Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 574, 012157.

http://dx.doi.org/10.1088/1742-6596/574/1/012157

[2] Hilbert, D. (1915) Grundlagen der Physik, 1 Mitt. Gött. Nachr., 1915, math.-nat. Kl., S. 395.

[3] Siravam, C. and Sinha, K. (1979) Physics Reports, 51, 112-123.

[4] Friedmann, A. (1922) Zeitschrift für Physik, 10, 377-386.

http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/BF01332580

[5] Landau, L.D. and Lifshitz, E.M. (1976) Field Theory. Publishing House 《Nauka》, Moscow.

[6] Warshalovich, D.A., et al. (1975) Quantum Theory of Angular Momentum. Publishing House 《Nauka》, Leningrad, 282-285.

[7] Fisenko, S.I. and Fisenko, I.S. (2009) The Old and New Concepts of Physics, 6, 495-452.

[8] Pauli, W. (1958) Theory of Relativity. Pergamon Press, Oxford.