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Advances in High Energy Physics
Volume 2017, Article ID 1945156, 6 pages
https://doi.org/10.1155/2017/1945156
Research Article

Constrains of Charge-to-Mass Ratios on Noncommutative Phase Space

School of Physics Science, Shaanxi University of Technology, Hanzhong, Shaanxi 723000, China

Correspondence should be addressed to Kai Ma; ten.haey@acniakam

Received 26 June 2017; Revised 9 October 2017; Accepted 25 October 2017; Published 16 November 2017

Academic Editor: Yandong Liu

Copyright © 2017 Kai Ma. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. The publication of this article was funded by SCOAP3.

Abstract

Based on recent measurements on the charge-to-mass ratios of proton and antiproton, we study constraints on the parameters of noncommutative phase space. We find that while the limit on the parameter of coordinate noncommutativity is weak, it is very strong on the parameter of momentum noncommutativity, μeV. Therefore, the charge-to-mass ratio experiment has a strong sensitivity on the momentum noncommutativity, and enhancement of future experimental achievement can further pin down the momentum noncommutativity.

1. Introduction

The noncommutative filed theories are established on a noncommutative space which is characterized by a deformed algebra between coordinate operators, and parameterized by the totally antisymmetric constant tensor which has dimension of length-squared. Such a model was originally proposed to address the infinity problem in quantum field theory [1, 2] and was shown later that similar property can also appear in both string theory embedded in a background magnetic field [3] and quantum gravity [4]. It has been shown that the rotational symmetry can be broken [5, 6], and consequently the energy levels of hydrogen atom [7] and Rydberg atoms [8] and topological phase effects [911] as well as the quantum speed of relativistic charged particles [1215] and fluid [16] can receive interesting corrections. Algebra (1) can be accomplished by a replacement . However, it has been pointed out that this simple shift method can not lead to gauge invariant results [17, 18], and the nontrivial gauge invariant physical effects exist only for the noncommutative algebra in the momentum space described as follows [1926]: where is also a totally antisymmetric constant tensor and parameterizing the momentum noncommutativity. In consideration of that the momentum operators are defined as the derivatives of the action with respect to the noncommutative coordinates, algebra (2) can appear naturally as a result of algebra (1). A more general investigation on the whole Poincare group was conducted recently in [27] and relativistic corrections to the algebra of position variables and spin-orbital interaction were studied in [28]. Therefore, in case that the gauge problem can be cured by using the Seiberg-Witten (SW) map [3, 9, 10], it is interesting to study the physical effects when both the nontrivial algebras (1) and (2) exist.

On the other hand, noncommutative field theories can invalidate the CPT theorem [2932], which is one of the most profound symmetry implied in any local and Lorentz invariant field theory [33]. Generally, the CPT invariance can be broken in extended field theories with either broken [3438] or conserved Lorentz symmetry [29, 30, 39]. The noncommutative extensions are of particular interesting since the CPT symmetry can be broken in both ways [2931] and has been extensively studied [2932].

In this paper, we study the constraint on the noncommutative parameters and by using recent experimental results on the charge-to-mass ratio of proton and antiproton [40]. The CPT invariance implies proton and antiproton have completely the same charge-to-mass ratios, apart from a sign. The measurement in [40] gives a strong limit on possible derivation Due to the fact that the noncommutativities of phase space are purely geometrical properties, its physical effects are independent of composition of the particle. The measurements on proton and antiproton in [40] are expected to give strong constraints on the noncommutative parameters.

The contents of this paper are organized as follows: in Section 2 we study the noncommutative corrections on cyclotron frequency of a charged particle in an external magnetic field; in Section 3 we study the constraints of the results in [40] on noncommutative parameters; in Section 4 we study the constraints of the results in [40] on a related model with Lorentz violation; summary is given in Section 5.

2. Noncommutative Corrections on Cyclotron Frequency

In general, there are two distinct proper “fundamental" representations for matter fields under the noncommutative group [31]. The first one which is called the positive representation has a gauge transformation , while the second one which is called the negative representation is , where the -product is a realization of algebra (1). And for every one, there is a corresponding “covariant" derivativeWith each of the covariant derivatives defined above, the Lagrangian, is invariant under the noncommutative transformations. These two types of fermions are related by a charge conjugation transformation [31]. With the assumption that the noncommutative parameter reverses its sign, that is , under transformation, then the noncommutative quantum electrodynamics (NCQED) preserves symmetry. Even through the above transformation property has an intuitive explanation [31, 41, 42], it is more interesting to investigate the phenomenology of the violating NCQED in consideration of the fact that in this case even neutral particles can couple to photons [43, 44].

No matter which representation is chosen, the SW map [3] can be employed to keep the original gauge symmetry [43, 44]. It has also been shown that the coordinate and momentum noncommutatives can appear simultaneously in a consistent way in which the ordinary electromagnetic gauge symmetry can be preserved [25, 26], and the Lagrangian density for charged particle interacting with external electromagnetic fields has been obtained as follows: where is the charge of matter particle in unit of and the effective potential , that is, a sum of the original one and an effective term emerging due to the noncommutativity of momenta operators and having the following expression: It should be stressed that the above expression of is obtained by defining the -axis as the direction of the vector whose components are required to relate to the noncommutative parameter by the relation such that nonzero components are only . In this configuration, the effect of momentum-momentum noncommutativity is an addition of a constant magnetic background field , with over the whole space. The nonrelativistic approximation can be obtained by using the well-known Foldy-Wouthuysen unitary transformation (FWUF) [45] and by neglecting the spin degree of freedom the nonrelativistic Hamiltonian is given as [25, 26] where the noncommutative effective mass and is the fundamental magnetic flux. Because of that , and furthermore usually the external magnetic field is much stronger than the noncommutative background ; the scale factor in (20) can be approximated as We will use this approximation in the rest of this paper to estimate the constraint on noncommutative parameters.

The charge-to-mass ratios reported in [40] were obtained by measuring the cyclotron frequency of charged particles in a constant external magnetic field  T. Therefore, we need to know the dynamical properties of charged particle in a constant external magnetic field on noncommutative phase space. We require that the external magnetic field is also along the direction; that is, . This is not true in general but is a good approximation since the noncommutative correction is maximum in this case. On the other hand the measurement on the sidereal variations in [40], which gives an upper bound of parts per trillion that is a little weaker than (3), also justifies our approximation. Furthermore, we chose the symmetric gauge to solve the static Schrödinger equation, and the ordinary gauge potential can be expressed in this gauge as . In consideration that the component can be factorized completely and plane wave solutions are sought, we will neglect it in the rest of this paper, and explicit expression of the transverse part of the Hamiltonian (19) can be obtained from upon expansion where the Larmor frequency . One can see that this Hamiltonian mimics the ordinary Landau problem, apart from a correction on the Larmor frequency. The noncommutative extension of the Landau system has been studied extensively [4654]. However, so far the charge-to-mass ratio related physics have not been studied. It is well-known that the corresponding eigenvalue problem can be solved exactly in terms of polar coordinates, and the energy eigenvalues are given as where is the cyclotron frequency.

3. Constraints of Charge-to-Mass Ration

The charge-to-mass ratio can be extracted from the measured cyclotron frequency and external magnetic field as follows: In case that noncommutative parameters are small, the noncommutative corrections can be approximated as Under this approximation, the antiproton-to-proton mass ratio is given as where due to the CPT conservation of the ordinary field theory. Therefore, by requiring that the noncommutative corrections lie in the region of the experimental error, the result (3) given in [40] puts a constraint, on the noncommutative parameters and . In case that either or vanishes, one has the following upper limits: While the limit on the noncommutative parameter is not strong,  MeV in unit of energy and the constraint on the noncommutative parameter is very strong, μeV. Therefore, the charge-to-mass ratio experiment performed in [40] has a strong sensitivity on the momentum noncommutativity.

4. Constraint on Lorentz Violation Parameter

It has been pointed out that the noncommutative extension of quantum field theory can be effectively described by a quantum field theory with Lorentz violation [55, 56]. Therefore, it is expected to give strong constraints on the Lorentz violation parameters. In this section, we study constraint of charge-to-mass ratio on the Lorentz violation.

In general there can be a lot of parameters in a quantum field theory with Lorentz violation [57, 58]. Here we consider only the following Lagrangian: where is a constant tensor, parameterizing the strength of Lorentz violation. The CPT invariance is explicitly violated by the charge dependence of the anomalous interaction term. The measurement in [40] is expected to give a strong limit on the parameter . The nonrelativistic approximation can be obtained by using the well-known Foldy-Wouthuysen unitary transformation (FWUF) [45], and neglecting the spin degree of freedom the nonrelativistic Hamiltonian is given as [59] where the effective mass By neglecting the trivial dynamics along direction, the explicate expression of the transverse part of the Hamiltonian (19) is where the Larmor frequency . One can see that this Hamiltonian mimics the ordinary Landau problem. The eigenvalue problem can then be solved exactly in terms of polar coordinates, and the energy eigenvalue is given as follows: where is the cyclotron frequency.

The charge-to-mass ratio can be extracted from the measured cyclotron frequency and external magnetic field as follows: In case that parameters are small, the corrections can be approximated as In this approximation, the antiproton-to-proton mass ratio is given as where due to the CPT conservation of the ordinary field theory. Therefore, by requiring that the corrections lie in the region of the experimental error, result (3) given in [40] gives the following constraint:

5. Summary

In summary, we study the quantum properties of a charged particle in a constant external magnetic field, and by using the recent measurement on the charge-to-mass ratios of proton and antiproton [40], we have shown that while the charge-to-mass ratio experiment is not sensitive to the parameter of coordinate noncommutativity, it can give strong constraint on the parameter of momentum noncommutativity. The current bound is μeV (in unite of energy). It is expected that future enhancement of experimental precision can further pin down the momentum noncommutativity. We also studied related model with Lorentz violation.

Conflicts of Interest

The author has no conflicts of interest.

Acknowledgments

Kai Ma is supported by the China Scholarship Council and the National Natural Science Foundation of China under Grants nos. 11647018 and 11705113.

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