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Habilitation Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.43.2018.tde-21102016-131943
Document
Author
Full name
Ivan Ventura
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 1990
Committee
Goldemberg, Jose (President)
Fleming, Henrique
Hama, Yogiro
Leite, Jose Roberto
Nussenzveig, Herch Moyses
Title in Portuguese
Sobre a quantização dos fluxos eletromagnéticos
Keywords in Portuguese
Mecânica quântica
Abstract in Portuguese
A tese analisa algumas aplicações do método canônico de quantização dos fluxos eletromagnéticos proposto recentemente1. Inicialmente nós consideramos a extensão canônica1 da regra de quantização de fluxo magnético devida a Dirac, e que foi reintroduzida por London. A regra de Dirac, considerada por Byers e Yang5 e por Onsager, é o que explica a quantização de fluxo em tubos supercondutores, observada por Deaver e Fairbanl e Doll e Nãbauer. Sua justificativa provem do requerimento da continuidade da função de onda de um elétron, que se move num orbital fechado, enfeixando fluxo magnético.
Title in English
On the quantization of the electromagnetic flows
Keywords in English
Quantum mechanics
Abstract in English
On the quantization of the electromagnetic flows
 
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