On two different types of sunsports-‘vortices’ and ‘sources’-within A U(1)-symmetric Yang-Mills-Higgs system View Full Text


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DATE

1992-08

AUTHORS

Metod Saniga

ABSTRACT

An intimate link between the structure of the sunspot's magnetic field contiguration and the behaviour of the Higgs field phase at large distances from spot's center is discussed within a U(1)-symmetric Yang-Mills-Higgs gauge theory. It is shown, in particular, that the total magnetic flux of standard sunspots can acquirediscrete values only. A conclusion is also arrived at that, in addition to standard sunspots (magneticvortices), a new sort of sunspots (magneticsources (sinks)), whose total magnetic flux iszero, could principally be observed on the Sun; the two sorts of spots are shown to stand in adual orcomplementary relation to each other. In this connection, finally, a question about the possible role of the divergence of electromagnetic potential — the field violating a gauge invariance of the theory — in physics of ‘two’-dimensional solar phenomena is briefly touched. More... »

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229-238

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf00643994

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