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Volume 2013 |Article ID 657870 | 7 pages | https://doi.org/10.1155/2013/657870

Formulation of Electrodynamics with an External Source in the Presence of a Minimal Measurable Length

Academic Editor: Frederik G. Scholtz
Received13 Dec 2012
Accepted18 Feb 2013
Published28 Feb 2013

Abstract

In a series of papers, Quesne and Tkachuk (2006) presented a D + 1-dimensional (β, β′)-two-parameter Lorentz-covariant deformed algebra which leads to a nonzero minimal measurable length. In this paper, the Lagrangian formulation of electrodynamics in a 3 + 1-dimensional spacetime described by Quesne-Tkachuk algebra is studied in the special case of β′ = 2β up to the first order over the deformation parameter β. It is demonstrated that at the classical level there is a similarity between electrodynamics in the presence of a minimal measurable length (generalized electrodynamics) and Lee-Wick electrodynamics. We obtain the free space solutions of the inhomogeneous Maxwell’s equations in the presence of a minimal length. These solutions describe two vector particles (a massless vector particle and a massive vector particle). We estimate two different upper bounds on the isotropic minimal length. The first upper bound is near to the electroweak length scale (  ~ 10−18 m), while the second one is near to the length scale for the strong interactions (  ~ 10−15 m). The relationship between the Gaete-Spallucci nonlocal electrodynamics (2012) and electrodynamics with a minimal length is investigated.

1. Introduction

The unification between the general theory of relativity and the standard model of particle physics is one of the most important problems in theoretical physics [1]. This unification predicts the existence of a minimal measurable length on the order of the Planck length. Also, recent studies in perturbative string theory and loop quantum gravity suggest that there is a minimal length scale in nature [2].

Today we know that the existence of a minimal measurable length leads to an extended uncertainty principle. This extended uncertainty principle can be written as where is the Planck length and , are positive numerical constants [3, 4]. If we keep only the first two terms on the right-hand side of (1), we will obtain the usual generalized uncertainty principle (GUP) as follows: It is obvious that in (2), is always greater than . Many physicists believe that reformulation of quantum field theory in the presence of a minimal measurable length leads to a divergence free quantum field theory [57]. In the recent years, reformulations of quantum mechanics, gravity, and quantum field theory in the presence of a minimal measurable length have been studied extensively [418]. The first attempt to construct the electromagnetic field in quantized spacetime was made by Snyder [19]. In a previous work [14], we studied formulation of an electrostatic field with a charge density in the presence of a minimal length based on the Kempf algebra. In the present work, we study formulation of electrodynamics with an external source in the presence of a minimal measurable length based on the Quesne-Tkachuk algebra. The organization of our paper is as follows. In Section 2, the -dimensional -two-parameter Lorentz-covariant deformed algebra introduced by Quesne and Tkachuk is studied and it is shown that the Quesne-Tkachuk algebra leads to a minimal measurable length [20, 21]. In Section 3, the Lagrangian formulation of electrodynamics with an external source in a -dimensional spacetime described by Quesne-Tkachuk algebra is introduced in the special case of , in which the position operators commute to the first order in . We show that at the classical level there is a similarity between electrodynamics in the presence of a minimal measurable length and Lee-Wick electrodynamics. In Section 4, the free space solutions of the inhomogeneous Maxwell’s equations in the presence of a minimal measurable length are obtained. These solutions describe two different particles, a massless vector particle and a massive vector particle. In Section 5, we obtain two different upper bounds on the isotropic minimal length. One of these upper bounds on the isotropic minimal length is near to the electroweak length scale . The second upper bound on the isotropic minimal length is near to the length scale for the strong interactions . In Section 6, we investigate the relation between electrodynamics in the presence of a minimal measurable length and the concept of nonlocality in electrodynamics. Our conclusions are presented in Section 7. SI units are used throughout this paper.

2. Lorentz-Covariant Deformed Algebra with a Minimal Observable Distance

Recently, Quesne and Tkachuk have introduced a Lorentz-covariant deformed algebra which describes a -dimensional quantized spacetime [20, 21]. The Quesne-Tkachuk algebra in a -dimensional spacetime is specified by the following generalized commutation relations: where and and are two nonnegative deformation parameters . In the above equations, and are constant parameters with dimension . Also, and are position and momentum operators in the deformed space and . In the special case where and , the Quesne-Tkachuk algebra (3)–(5) reduces to the Snyder algebra [22].

An immediate consequence of relation (3) is the appearance of an isotropic minimal length which is given by In [23], Tkachuk introduced a representation which satisfies the generalized commutation relations (3)–(5) up to the first order in deformation parameters and .

The Tkachuk representation is given by where and are position and momentum operators in ordinary relativistic quantum mechanics. In this study, we consider the special case of , in which the position operators commute to the first order in deformation parameter , that is, . In this linear approximation, the Quesne-Tkachuk algebra becomes The following representations satisfy (8), in the first order in : Note that the representations (7) and (9) coincide when .

3. Lagrangian Formulation of Electrodynamics with an External Source in the Presence of a Minimal Length Based on the Quesne-Tkachuk Algebra

The Lagrangian density for a massless vector field with an external source in a -dimensional spacetime is [24] where is the electromagnetic field tensor. In a -dimensional spacetime, the components of the electromagnetic field tensor can be written as The Euler-Lagrange equation for the vector field is If we substitute the Lagrangian density (10) in the Euler-Lagrange equation (12), we will obtain the inhomogeneous Maxwell's equations as follows: The electromagnetic field tensor satisfies the Bianchi identity Equation (14) leads to the homogeneous Maxwell's equations. Now, we obtain the Lagrangian density for electrodynamics in the presence of a minimal observable distance based on the Quesne-Tkachuk algebra. For this purpose, let us write the Lagrangian density (10) by using the representations (9), that is, where is the d’Alembertian operator. The result reads The term in the above Lagrangian can be considered as a minimal length effect.

If we neglect terms of order and higher in (16), we will obtain the following Lagrangian density: The Lagrangian density (17) is similar to the Abelian Lee-Wick model which was introduced by Lee and Wick as a finite theory of quantum electrodynamics [2529]. Equation (17) can be written as follows: where After dropping the total derivative term , the Lagrangian density (18) will be equivalent to the following Lagrangian density: Using the Bianchi identity (14) and dropping the total derivative terms, the expression (20) can also be written as follows: where . Equation (21) is the Lagrangian density originally introduced by Podolsky [3033] and is called Podolsky’s characteristic length [3438]. The Euler-Lagrange equation for the Lagrangian density (20) is [39, 40] If we substitute (20) into (22), we will obtain the inhomogeneous Maxwell’s equations in the presence of a minimal observable distance as follows: It should be mentioned that (23) have been previously obtained from a different perspective by Kober [41]. Equations (14) and (23) can be written in the vector form as follows: The generalized Maxwell’s equations (24)–(27) have been introduced earlier by Tkachuk in [23] with a different approach. In the limit , the generalized inhomogeneous Maxwell’s equations (24) and (26) become the usual inhomogeneous Maxwell’s equations.

4. Free Space Solutions of the Generalized Inhomogeneous Maxwell’s Equations

In this section, we obtain the plane wave solutions of the generalized inhomogeneous Maxwell’s equations (23) in a -dimensional spacetime.

In free space , (23) can be written as In the Lorentz gauge , the field equations (28) become Now, we try to find a plane wave solution of (29) as follows: where is the polarization four-vector and is a normalization constant. In the above equation is the momentum four-vector. If we substitute (30) in (29), we will obtain where .

Equation (31) leads to the following energy-momentum relations: where Equation (32) describes a massless vector particle whereas (33) describes a massive vector particle with the effective mass .

5. Upper Bound Estimation of the Minimal Length in Generalized Electrodynamics

Substituting into (6) and remembering , we have If we neglect terms of order and higher in (35), the isotropic minimal length in a -dimensional spacetime becomes Now we are ready to estimate the upper bounds on the isotropic minimal length in generalized electrodynamics.

5.1. Upper Bound on the Isotropic Minimal Length Based on the Anomalous Magnetic Moment of the Electron

In a series of papers, Accioly and coworkers [27, 29, 34] have estimated an upper bound on Podolsky’s characteristic length by computing the anomalous magnetic moment of the electron in the framework of Podolsky’s electrodynamics. This upper bound on is [27, 29, 34] Inserting (37) into (34) and (36), we find

5.2. Upper Bound on the Isotropic Minimal Length Based on the Ground State Energy of the Hydrogen Atom

In [37], Cuzinatto and coworkers have studied the influence of Podolsky's electrostatic potential on the ground state energy of the hydrogen atom. In their study, the upper limit on is Inserting (40) into (34) and (36), we find It should be noted that the upper bound (42) is about three orders of magnitude larger than the upper bound (39) that is, while the lower bound (41) is about three orders of magnitude smaller than the lower bound (38) that is,

6. Relationship between Nonlocal Electrodynamics and Electrodynamics in the Presence of a Minimal Length

In a series of papers, Smailagic and Spallucci [4244] have introduced an approach to formulate noncommutative quantum field theory. Using the Smailagic-Spallucci approach, Gaete and Spallucci introduced a nonlocal Lagrangian density for the vector field with an external source as follows: where is a constant parameter with dimensions of [45]. We assume that the function in (45) can be expanded in a power series as follows: where denotes the operator applied times [46].

If we insert (46) into (45), we will obtain the following Lagrangian density: After neglecting terms of order and higher in (47), we obtain A comparison between (17) and (48) shows that there is an equivalence between the Gaete-Spallucci electrodynamics to the first order in and the Lee-Wick electrodynamics (or electrodynamics in the presence of a minimal length). The relationship between the noncommutative parameter in (48) and in (17) is Inserting equation (49) into (34) and (36), we find Using (40) in (49), we obtain the following upper bound for the noncommutative parameter : The above upper bound on the noncommutative parameter , that is, , is near to the neutron-proton scattering cross section [47]. It is necessary to note that the electrodynamics in the presence of a minimal observable distance is only correct to the first order in the deformation parameter , while the Gaete-Spallucci electrodynamics is valid to all orders in the noncommutative parameter .

7. Conclusions

Heisenberg believed that every theory of elementary particles should contain a minimal observable distance of the magnitude [4750]. He hoped that the introduction of a minimal length would eliminate divergences that appear in quantum electrodynamics. Today we know that every theory of quantum gravity predicts the existence of a minimal measurable length which leads to a GUP. An immediate consequence of the GUP is a generalization of position and derivative operators according to (15) for . It was shown that the Lagrangian formulation of electrodynamics with an external source in the presence of a minimal measurable length leads to the inhomogeneous fourth-order field equations. We demonstrated the similarity between electrodynamics in the presence of a minimal length and Lee-Wick electrodynamics. We have shown that the free space solutions of the inhomogeneous Maxwell's equations in the presence of a minimal length describe two particles, a massless vector particle and a massive vector particle with the effective mass . Now, let us compare the upper bounds on the isotropic minimal length in this paper with the results of [4751]. The upper limit on the isotropic minimal length in (39) is near to the electroweak length scale [51], while the upper limit (42) is near to the minimal observable distance which was proposed by Heisenberg [4750]. It is interesting to note that the lower bound on the effective mass in (38), that is, , is of the same order of magnitude as the mass of the and vector bosons [52]. Finally, we have investigated the relationship between the Gaete-Spallucci nonlocal electrodynamics and electrodynamics with a minimal length.

Note Added. After this work was completed, we became aware of an interesting article by Maziashvili and Megrelidze [53], in which the authors study the electromagnetic field in the presence of a momentum cutoff. For their discussion, they use the following modified Heisenberg algebra: where and is a deformation parameter [54]. In our work we have formulated electrodynamics in the framework of Quesne-Tkachuk algebra which is a Lorentz-covariant deformed algebra whereas the authors of [53] have studied electrodynamics in the framework of (52) algebra which is not a Lorentz-covariant algebra.

Acknowledgment

The authors would like to thank the referees for their useful comments.

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