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12 April 2021
 
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M{o}ller Energy-Momentum Complex in General Relativity for Higher Dimensional Universes
M. Aygun ; S. Aygun ; I. Yilmaz ; H. Baysal ; I. Tarhan ;
Date 12 Jul 2007
AbstractIn this study, using the M{o}ller energy-momentum definition in general relativity (GR) we have calculated, firstly, the total energy-momentum distribution associated with $(n+2)-$dimensional homogeneous and isotropic model of the universe. We have found that total energy of M{o}ller is vanishing in $(n+2) $dimensions everywhere but n-momentum components of M{o}ller in $(n+2)$ dimensions are different from zero. Also, we have evaluated static Einstein Universe, FRW universe and de Sitter universe in four dimensions by using $(n+2)$ type metric and then calculated the M{o}ller energy-momentum distribution of these space-times. However, our results are consist with the results of Banerjee-Sen, Xulu and Radinschi, Vargas, Cooperstock-Israelit, Ayg"{u}n extit{et al.}, Rosen and Johri extit{et al.} in four dimensions.
Source arXiv, arxiv.0707.1776
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