TY - JOUR

T1 - Finite electrodynamics from T-duality

AU - Gaete, Patricio

AU - Nicolini, Piero

N1 - Funding Information:
Patricio Gaete reports financial support was provided by FONDECYT . Piero Nicolini reports a relationship with Francesco Severi National Institute of Higher Mathematics National Group for Mathematical Physics that includes: non-financial support.
Funding Information:
Patricio Gaete reports financial support was provided by FONDECYT. Piero Nicolini reports a relationship with Francesco Severi National Institute of Higher Mathematics National Group for Mathematical Physics that includes: non-financial support.One of us (P.G.) was partially supported by FONDECYT (Chile) grant 1180178 and by ANID PIA/APOYO AFB180002. The work of P.N. has partially been supported by GNFM, Italy's National Group for Mathematical Physics.
Funding Information:
One of us (P.G.) was partially supported by FONDECYT (Chile) grant 1180178 and by ANID PIA/APOYO AFB180002 . The work of P.N. has partially been supported by GNFM , Italy's National Group for Mathematical Physics.
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PY - 2022/6/10

Y1 - 2022/6/10

N2 - In this paper, we present the repercussions of Padmanabhan's propagator in electrodynamics. This corresponds to implement T-duality effects in a U(1) gauge theory. By formulating a nonlocal action consistent with the above hypothesis, we derive the profile of static potentials between electric charges via a path integral approach. Interestingly, the Coulomb potential results regularized by a length scale proportional to the parameter (α′)1/2. Accordingly, fields are vanishing at the origin. We also discuss an array of experimental testbeds to expose the above results. It is interesting to observe that T-duality generates an effect of dimensional fractalization, that resembles similar phenomena in fractional electromagnetism. Finally, our results have also been derived with a gauge-invariant method, as a necessary check of consistency for any non-Maxwellian theory.

AB - In this paper, we present the repercussions of Padmanabhan's propagator in electrodynamics. This corresponds to implement T-duality effects in a U(1) gauge theory. By formulating a nonlocal action consistent with the above hypothesis, we derive the profile of static potentials between electric charges via a path integral approach. Interestingly, the Coulomb potential results regularized by a length scale proportional to the parameter (α′)1/2. Accordingly, fields are vanishing at the origin. We also discuss an array of experimental testbeds to expose the above results. It is interesting to observe that T-duality generates an effect of dimensional fractalization, that resembles similar phenomena in fractional electromagnetism. Finally, our results have also been derived with a gauge-invariant method, as a necessary check of consistency for any non-Maxwellian theory.

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U2 - 10.1016/j.physletb.2022.137100

DO - 10.1016/j.physletb.2022.137100

M3 - Article

AN - SCOPUS:85130942488

VL - 829

JO - Physics Letters, Section B: Nuclear, Elementary Particle and High-Energy Physics

JF - Physics Letters, Section B: Nuclear, Elementary Particle and High-Energy Physics

SN - 0370-2693

M1 - 137100

ER -