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The component solutions of the Dirac equation are also solutions of the Klein-Gordon equation.

But these solutions are not scalars since the coefficients contain quantities like energy and momentum[the phase part is of course an invariant]

These are neither zero spin nor half spin particles[we are treating them as solutions of the K-G equation]. Is it possible for such particles to exist independently, in the normal or in extreme conditions?

But these solutions are not scalars since the coefficients contain quantities like energy and momentum[the phase part is of course an invariant]

These are neither zero spin nor half spin particles[we are treating them as solutions of the K-G equation]. Is it possible for such particles to exist independently, in the normal or in extreme conditions?

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