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Lorentz Invariance and the Zero-Point Stress-Energy Tensor

Visser, Matt;
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  • Published: 24 May 2018 Journal: Particles, volume 1, page 10 (eissn: 2571-712X, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: MDPI AG
Comment: V1: 11 pages; V2: 11 pages, 5 references added; V3: 12 pages, 3 references added; V4: 16 pages, 7 references, extra discussion. V5: 18 pages; new sections added on the renormalization group flow of the Pauli sum rules and net zero point energy. V6: 1 reference added. V7: now 24 pages, more discussion, many references added. Closely corresponds to published version
free text keywords: General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology, High Energy Physics - Theory, Physics, Einstein tensor, symbols.namesake, symbols, Symmetric tensor, Weyl tensor, Stress–energy tensor, Cauchy stress tensor, Tensor density, Electromagnetic stress–energy tensor, Classical electromagnetism and special relativity, Theoretical physics, Classical mechanics
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