On fermi quantum fields constructed from bose quantum fields and their applications

  • Andrés J. Kálnay


In former papers a representation of the quantum Fermi and para-Fermi fields was proposed. This representation is such that the only basic quantum entities are Bose quantum fields. In this paper we show several possibilities of application: (i) to lower the number of “elementary” particles; (ii) to describe as separate states of a fundamental particle other particles that presently are considered as different, and to induce an ordering among them; (iii) to obtain relations among the quantum numbers of those particles; (iv) to obtain a physical picture of some unstable particles. This article is concerned with the physical interpretation of the formalism, and some of the statements that are contained here have a conjectural character.


Field Theory Elementary Particle Quantum Field Theory Quantum Number Physical Interpretation 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Andrés J. Kálnay
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  1. 1.Centro de FísicaInstituto Venezolano de Investigaciones Científicas (IVIC)Caracas 101Venezuela

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