The surfaces associated with the light propagating in vacuum.
Go back to the page "Applications of the intrinsic method".
Author: Thierry PERIAT
Tittle: The dispersion relation of light propagating in vacuum and its associated surface, ISBN 978-2-36923-157-8, v 1 October 2021, 18 pages, GB, on this website.
Document: Dispersion relation surfacev2 1 (309.6 Ko), v2, 8 October 2021 (modest correction).
1) This document explains why and how a second order surface can be associated to the dispersion relation of light propagating in vacuum.
2) It is a relooked version of the text which has been published on vixra.org on the 11th of July 2021.
3) It is in some way the model for what I have sometimes called the inverse problematic accompanying the intrinsic method:
"What is the deformed and non-trivially decomposed cross product that can be associated with a given polynomial of degree two?"
To go further or to complete the discussion: "The Klein-Gordon equation".
Last edited: 18/10/2021