Energy-Momentum Tensor in Electromagnetic Theory and Gravitation from Relativistic Quantum Equations

Valeriy Dvoeglazov, UAF, Universidad de Zacatecas, Mexico

We analyze the problems of definitions of the energy-momentum tensors in the electromagnetic theory and the general relativity. The Bargmann-Wigner formalism has been used for higher spins. It is based on the Dirac equations for high-rank 4-spinors. We compare our results with those obtained by the group of Acad. Logunov and Prof. Khrapko. The conclusion is that it is possible to define the energy-momentum tensor compatible with the Noether theorem in any relativistic theory, in self-consistent ways. Different opinions presented in articles and books have been discussed. Possible methods of experimental verification have been proposed.