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Meccanica

, Volume 18, Issue 3, pp 131–135 | Cite as

Conformal Killing tensors of order 2 for the Schwarzschild metric

  • Giacomo Caviglia
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Summary

A base for the real vector space identified by the trace-free conformal Killing tensors admitted by the Schwarzschild metric is explicitly exhibited. In particular it follows that this vector space is ten dimensional and consists only of degenerate conformal Killing tensors.

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Sommario

Si determina esplicitamente una base per lo spazio vettoriale reale formato dai tensori di Killing conformi di ordine due a traccia nulla ammessi dalla metrica di Schwarzschild. In particolare si prova che tale spazio vettoriale ha dimensione dieci e che contiene soltanto tensori di Killing di tipo ridondante.

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© Pitagora Editrice Bologna 1983

Authors and Affiliations

  • Giacomo Caviglia
    • 1
  1. 1.Istituto Matematico dell'UniversitàGenovaItaly

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