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Minimum momenta

  1. Dec 10, 2004 #1

    arivero

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    Reading around Sommerfeld, I noticed a suppossedly very well known result: that orbits in the relativistic kepler problem have a minimum momentum. It is a special relativity result, and I do not know if it is related with the problem of the existence of stable orbits in GR; the later are orbits stable under small deformations, while the former are just bounded orbits.

    Question: Has this minimum in momenta being used in quantum gravity theories? How does it relates to the mimimum area or time?
     
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