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Magnetic monopoles without string in the Kähler-Clifford algebra bundle: A geometrical interpretation. (English) Zbl 0703.53078
The authors point out the possibility of describing magnetic monopoles by a generalized gauge potential \(A=A-B\) (A and B being two-forms) and by the generalized field strength \(F=(d-\delta)\bar A\) (an inhomogeneous differential form that becomes a two-form after imposing the Lorentz gauge condition). Apart from mathematical elaboration the paper adds little to the author’s earlier paper in Hadronic J. 12, No.4, 187-212 (1989).
Reviewer: H.Rumpf

MSC:
53C80 Applications of global differential geometry to the sciences
78A25 Electromagnetic theory (general)
55R10 Fiber bundles in algebraic topology
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