A generalized field theory. II. Linearized field equations
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A thorough examination of the generalized field theory, formulated by the same authors in a previous paper, is being carried out in the absence of feedback effects. The results obtained are found to be in complete agreement with those of linear field theories of gravity and electromagnetism. Strict functions, which serve as indicators of the strength of the two fields, are being identified. This study reveals also two interesting results: the first is the classification of tetrad vector fields used, the second is the definite appearance of a mutual interaction between gravitational and electromagnetic fields.
KeywordsField Theory Elementary Particle Quantum Field Theory Vector Field Electromagnetic Field
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