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Faizuddin Ahmed, "Investigation of a Spin-0 Massive Charged Particle Subject to a Homogeneous Magnetic Field with Potentials in a Topologically Trivial Flat Class of Gödel-Type Space-Time", Advances in High Energy Physics, vol. 2020, Article ID 7943436, 10 pages, 2020. https://doi.org/10.1155/2020/7943436

Investigation of a Spin-0 Massive Charged Particle Subject to a Homogeneous Magnetic Field with Potentials in a Topologically Trivial Flat Class of Gödel-Type Space-Time

Academic Editor: Grégory Moreau
Received24 Feb 2020
Accepted22 May 2020
Published10 Jun 2020

Abstract

In this paper, we investigate the relativistic quantum dynamics of spin-0 massive charged particle subject to a homogeneous magnetic field in the Gödel-type space-time with potentials. We solve the Klein-Gordon equation subject to a homogeneous magnetic field in a topologically trivial flat class of Gödel-type space-time in the presence of Cornell-type scalar and Coulomb-type vector potentials and analyze the effects on the energy eigenvalues and eigenfunctions.

1. Introduction

The first solution to Einstein’s field equations containing closed time-like curves is the cylindrical symmetry Gödel rotating universe [1]. Reboucas et al. [24] investigated the Gödel-type solutions characterized by vorticity, which represents a generalization of the original Gödel metric with possible sources, and analyzed the problem of causality. The line element of Gödel-type solution is given by where the spatial coordinates of the space-time are represented by and . The different classes of Gödel-type solutions have been discussed in [5].

Investigation of relativistic quantum dynamics of spin-zero and spinhalf particles in the Gödel universe and Gödel-type space-times as well as the Schwarzschild and the Kerr black hole solution has been addressed by several authors. The study of relativistic wave equations, particularly the Klein-Gordon and Dirac equations, in the background of Gödel-type space-time was first conducted in [6]. The close relation between the relativistic energy levels of a scalar particle in the Som-Raychaudhuri space-time with the Landau levels was studied in [7]. The same problem in the Som-Raychaudhuri space-time was investigated and compared with the Landau levels [8]. The Klein-Gordon equation in the background of Gödel-type space-times with a cosmic string was studied in [9], and the similarity of the energy levels with Landau levels in flat space was analyzed. The Klein-Gordon oscillator in the background of Gödel-type space-time under the influence of topological defects was studied in [10]. The relativistic quantum dynamics of a scalar particle in the presence of external fields in the Som-Raychaudhuri space-time under the influence of topological defects was studied in [11]. The relativistic quantum motion of spin-0 particles in a flat class of Gödel-type space-time was studied in [12]. The study of the spin-0 system of the DKP equation in a flat class of Gödel-type space-time was studied in [13]. In all the above systems, the influence of topological defects and vorticity parameter characterizing the space-time on the relativistic energy eigenvalues was analyzed. Linear confinement of a scalar particle in the Som-Raychaudhuri space-time with a cosmic string was studied in [14] (see also [15]). The behavior of a scalar particle with Yukawa-like confining potential in the Som-Raychaudhuri space-time in the presence of topological defects was investigated in [16]. The ground state of a bosonic massive charged particle in the presence of external fields in Gödel-type space-time was investigated in [17] (see also [18]). The relativistic quantum dynamics of spin-zero particles in 4D curved space-time with the cosmic string subject to a homogeneous magnetic field was studied in [19]. In addition, the relativistic wave equations in the -dimensional rotational symmetry space-time background were investigated in [2025].

Furthermore, Dirac and Weyl fermions in the background of the Som-Raychaudhuri space-times in the presence of topological defects with torsion were studied in [26]. Weyl fermions in the background of the Som-Raychaudhuri space-times in the presence of topological defects were studied in [27] (see Refs. [28, 29]). The relativistic wave equations for spinhalf particles in the Melvin space-time, a kind of space-time where the metric is determined by a magnetic field, were studied in [30]. The Fermi field and Dirac oscillator in the Som-Raychaudhuri space-time were studied in [31]. The Fermi field with scalar and vector potentials in the Som-Raychaudhuri space-time was investigated in [32]. The Dirac particles in a flat class of Gödel-type space-time were studied in [5]. Dirac fermions in the -dimensional rotational symmetry space-time background were investigated in [33].

The relativistic quantum dynamics of a scalar particle subject to different confining potentials has been studied in several areas of physics by various authors. The relativistic quantum dynamics of scalar particles subject to Coulomb-type potential was investigated in [3437]. It is worth mentioning studies that have dealt with Coulomb-type potential in the propagation of gravitational waves [38], quark models [39], and relativistic quantum mechanics [4043]. Linear confinement of scalar particles in a flat class of Gödel-type space-time was studied in [44]. The Klein-Gordon equation with vector and scalar potentials of Coulomb type under the influence of noninertial effect in cosmic string space-time was studied in [45]. The Klein-Gordon oscillator in the presence of Coulomb-type potential in the background space-time generated by a cosmic string was studied in [43, 46]. Other works on the relativistic quantum dynamics are the Klein-Gordon scalar field subject to a Cornell-type potential [47] and a survey on the Klein-Gordon equation in Gödel-type space-time [48].

Our aim in this paper is to investigate the quantum effects on a bosonic massive charged particle by solving the Klein-Gordon equation subject to a homogeneous magnetic field in the presence of Cornell-type scalar and Coulomb-type vector potentials in Gödel-type space-time. We see that the presence of a magnetic field as well as various potentials modifies the energy spectrum.

2. Bosonic Charged Particle: The KG Equation

The relativistic quantum dynamics of a charged particle of modifying mass , where is the scalar potential which is described by the following equation [42]: where is the determinant of a metric tensor with as its inverse, is the minimal substitution, in which is the electric charge and is the electromagnetic four-vector potential, and is the nonminimal coupling constant with the background curvature.

We choose the electromagnetic four-vector potential with [49] such that the constant magnetic field is along the axis .

Consider the following stationary space-time [50] (see [5, 12, 13, 44, 51]) in the Cartesian coordinates which is given by where is a real positive constant. In Ref. [5], we have discussed different classes of Gödel-type space-time. For the space-time geometry (4), it belongs to a linear or flat class of Gödel-type metrics. The parameter , where characterizes the vorticity parameter of the space-time. For , the study space-time reduces to four-dimensional flat Minkowski metric.

The determinant of the corresponding metric tensor is

The scalar curvature of the metric is

For the space-time geometry (4), equation (2) becomes

Since the metric is independent of , one can choose the following ansatz for the function : where is the total energy of the particle, are the eigenvalues of the -component operator, and is the eigenvalues of the -component operator.

Substituting the ansatz (equation (8)) into equation (7), we obtain the following differential equation for :

2.1. Interaction with Cornell-Type and Coulomb-Type Potentials

Here, we study a spin-0 massive charged particle by solving the Klein-Gordon equation in the presence of external fields in a flat class of Gödel-type space-time subject to Cornell-type scalar and Coulomb-type vector potentials. We obtain the energy eigenvalues and eigenfunctions and analyze the effects due to various physical parameters.

The Cornell-type potential contains a confining (linear) term besides the Coulomb interaction and has been successfully accounted for the particle physics data [52]. This type of potential is a particular case of the quark-antiquark interaction, which has one more harmonic-type term [53]. The Coulomb potential is responsible for the interaction at small distances, and the linear potential leads to the confinement. The quark-antiquark interaction potential has been studied in the ground state of three quarks [54] and systems of bound heavy quarks [5557]. This type of interaction has been studied by several authors ([11, 23, 42, 5864]).

We consider the scalar to be Cornell-type [42]. where and are the Coulombic and confining potential constants, respectively.

Another potential that we are interested in here is the Coulomb-type potential which we discussed in Introduction. Therefore, the Coulomb-type vector potential is given by where is the Coulombic potential constants.

Substituting the potentials (equations (10) and (11)) into equation (9), we obtain the following equation: where we have defined is called the cyclotron frequency of the particle moving in the magnetic field. Let us define a new variable , equation (12) becomes where

We now use the appropriate boundary conditions to investigate the bound state solution in this problem. It is known in relativistic quantum mechanics that the radial wave functions must be regular at both and . Then, we proceed with the analysis of the asymptotic behavior of the radial eigenfunctions at origin and in the infinite. These conditions are necessary since the wave functions must be well behaved in these limits, and thus, the bound states of energy eigenvalues for this system can be obtained. Suppose the possible solution to equation (14) is

Substituting the solution (equation (16)) into equation (14), we obtain where

Equation (17) is the biconfluent Heun’s differential equation [42, 43, 46, 5963, 65, 66] with as the Heun polynomial function.

Writing the function as a power series expansion around the origin, we can obtain [49]

Substituting the series solution into equation (17), we obtain the following recurrence relation:

Few coefficients of the series solution are

As the function has a power series expansion around the origin in equation (19), then the relativistic bound state solution can be achieved by imposing that the power series expansion becomes a polynomial of degree and we obtain a finite degree polynomial for the biconfluent Heun series. Furthermore, the wave function must vanish at for this finite degree polynomial of power series; otherwise, the function diverges for large values of . Therefore, we must truncate the power series expansion as a polynomial of degree by imposing the following two conditions [11, 14, 4244, 46, 5963, 67, 68]:

By analyzing the condition , we have the second-degree eigenvalue equation:

The corresponding eigenfunctions are given by

Note that equation (23) does not represent the general expression of the eigenvalue problem. One can obtain the individual energy eigenvalues one by one, that is, ., by imposing the additional recurrence condition on the eigenvalues. The solution with Heun’s equation makes it possible to obtain the individual eigenvalues one by one as done in [11, 14, 4244, 46, 5963, 67, 68]. In order to analyze the above conditions, we must assign values to . In this case, consider , which means we want to construct a first-degree polynomial to . With , we have and which implies equation (21): a constraint on the physical parameter . The relation given in equation (25) gives the possible values of the parameter that permit us to construct a first-degree polynomial to for [42, 43, 46, 59]. Note that its values change for each quantum number and , so we have labeled . In this way, we obtain the following energy eigenvalue :

Then, by substituting the real solution from equation (25) into equation (26), it is possible to obtain the allowed values of the relativistic energy levels for the radial mode of a position-dependent mass system. We can see that the lowest energy state is defined by the real solution of the algebraic equation (equation (25)) plus the expression given in equation (26) for the radial mode , instead of . This effect arises due to the presence of Cornell-type potential in the system. Note that it is necessary physically that the lowest energy state is and not ; otherwise, the opposite would imply that which is not possible.

The corresponding radial wave function for is given by where

2.2. Interaction without Potential

Here, we study a spin-0 massive charged particle by solving the Klein-Gordon equation in the presence of external fields in Gödel-type space-time without potential and obtain the relativistic energy eigenvalue.

We choose here zero scalar and vector potentials, . In that case, equation (9) becomes

The above equation can be expressed as

Let us define a new variable ; equation (30) becomes where

Again, introducing a new variable into equation (31), we obtain which is similar to a harmonic-type oscillator equation. Therefore, the energy eigenvalue equation is

The energy eigenvalues associated with the modes are where . We can see that the energy eigenvalues (35) depend on the parameter characterizing the vorticity parameter of the space-time geometry and the external magnetic field as well as the nonminimal coupling constant with the background curvature.

In the absence of external magnetic fields, , and without the nonminimal coupling constant, , the eigenvalue (35) becomes

Equation (36) is the energy eigenvalues of the spin-0 particle in the background of a flat class of Gödel-type space-time and consistent with the result in [12]. Thus, we can see that the energy eigenvalues (35) in comparison to the result in [12] get modified due to the presence of external fields and the nonminimal coupling constant with the background curvature.

Therefore, the individual energy levels for using (35) are follows:

A special case corresponds to , and the energy eigenvalues (35) reduce to

The individual energy levels for in that case are as follows:

And others are in the same way. We can see that the presence of the external magnetic field as well as the nonminimal coupling constant causes asymmetry in the energy levels, and hence, the energy levels are not equally spaced.

The eigenfunctions are given by where is the normalization constant and are the Hermite polynomials and are defined as

3. The Klein-Gordon Oscillator

Here, we study a spin-0 massive charged particle by solving the Klein-Gordon equation of the Klein-Gordon oscillator in the presence of external fields in Gödel-type space-time subject to Cornell-type scalar and Coulomb-type vector potentials. We analyze the effects on the relativistic energy eigenvalue and corresponding eigenfunctions due to various physical parameters.

To couple the Klein-Gordon field with the oscillator [69, 70], we adopted the generalization of Mirza and Mohadesi’s prescription [71], in which the following change in the momentum operator is considered [71]: where is the particle mass at rest, is the frequency of the oscillator, and , with being the distance of the particle. In this way, the Klein-Gordon oscillator equation becomes

Using the space-time (2), we obtain the following equation:

Using the ansatz (8) into equation (44), we arrive at the following equation:

Substituting the potentials (equations (3), (10), and (11)) into equation (45), we obtain the following equation: where we have defined

Let us define a new variable , equation (46) becomes where

Suppose the possible solution to equation (48) is

Substituting the solution (equation (50)) into equation (48), we obtain where is given earlier and

Equation (51) is the biconfluent Heun’s differential equation [42, 43, 46, 5963, 65, 66].

Substituting the series solution (equation (19)) into equation (51), we obtain the following recurrence relation:

Few coefficients of the series solution are

The power series expansion becomes a polynomial of degree by imposing the following two conditions [11, 14, 4244, 46, 5963, 67, 68]:

Using the first condition, we obtain the following energy eigenvalues:

The corresponding eigenfunctions are given by

As done earlier, we obtain the individual energy levels by imposing the recurrence condition . For , we have which implies from equation (54).

a constraint on the physical parameter . The relation given in equation (58) gives the possible values of the parameter that permit us to construct a first-degree polynomial to for [42, 43, 46, 59]. In this way, we obtain the following second-degree algebraic equation for :

Then, by substituting the real solution from equation (58) into equation (59), it is possible to obtain the allowed values of the relativistic energy levels for the radial mode of a position-dependent mass system. We can see that the lowest energy state is defined by the real solution of the algebraic equation (equation (58)) plus the expression given in equation (59) for the radial mode , instead of . This effect arises due to the presence of Cornell-type potential in the system. Note that it is necessary physically that the lowest energy state is and not ; otherwise, the opposite would imply that which is not possible.

The corresponding radial wave function for is given by where

4. Conclusions

The relativistic quantum system of scalar and spinhalf particles in Gödel-type space-times was investigated by several authors (e.g., [79, 1114, 44, 59]). They demonstrated that the energy eigenvalues of the relativistic quantum system get modified and depend on the global parameters characterizing the space-times.

In this work, we have investigated the influence of vorticity parameter on the relativistic energy eigenvalues of a relativistic scalar particle in Gödel-type space-time subject to a homogeneous magnetic field with potentials. We have derived the radial wave equation of the Klein-Gordon equation in a class of flat Gödel-type space-time in the presence of external fields with or without potentials by choosing a suitable ansatz of the wave function. In Section 2.1, we have introduced Cornell-type scalar and Coulomb-type vector potentials into the considered relativistic system and obtained the energy eigenvalue (equation (23)) and corresponding eigenfunctions (equation (24)). We have seen that the presence of a uniform magnetic field and potential parameters modifies the energy spectrum in comparison to those results obtained in [12]. By imposing the additional recurrence condition , we have obtained the ground state energy levels (equation (26)) and wave functions (equations (27) and (28)) for . In Section 2.2, we have considered zero potential into the relativistic system and solved the radial wave equation of the Klein-Gordon equation in the presence of an external field. We obtained the energy eigenvalues (equation (35)) and compared them with the results obtained in [12]. We have seen that the relativistic energy eigenvalues (equation (35)) get modified in comparison to those in [12] due to the presence of a homogeneous magnetic field. In Section 3, we have solved the Klein-Gordon equation of the Klein-Gordon oscillator in Gödel-type space-time subjected to a homogeneous magnetic field in the presence of Cornell-type scalar and Coulomb-type vector potentials. We have obtained the energy eigenvalue (equation (56)) and corresponding eigenfunctions (equation (57)). We have seen that the presence of a uniform magnetic field and potential parameters modifies the energy spectrum in comparison to those in [12]. By imposing the additional recurrence condition , we have obtained the ground state energy levels (equation (59)) and wave function (equation (60)) for and others are in the same way.

So, in this paper, we have some results which are in addition to the previous results obtained in [79, 1113, 44, 51, 59] which may present interesting effects. This is the fundamental subject in physics, and the connection between these theories (quantum mechanics and gravitation) is not well understood.

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Conflicts of Interest

The author declares that there is no conflict of interest regarding the publication of this paper.

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