Long-ray interaction between spins

Naik, P. C. ; Pradhan, T. (1981) Long-ray interaction between spins Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General, 14 (10). pp. 2795-2805. ISSN 0305-4470

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It is shown that invariance of Lagrangian field theory under a class of the coordinate-dependent Lorentz group of transformations requires the introduction of a massless axial vector gauge field which gives rise to a super-weak long-range spin-spin force between particles in vacuum. Recent experiments demonstrating repulsion and attraction between circularly polarised laser beams are interpreted to be due to such a force enhanced by spin polarisation of sodium vapour, through which these beams pass.

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