SOME PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF A FIVE-DIMENSIONAL MASS SCALAR ELECTROMAGNETIC COSMOLOGICAL MODEL
Keywords:Magnetic Field, Zero Mass Scalar Field, Cosmic Parameter, Singularity, Gravitational Field
In this paper we are interested to study some important physical aspects of a five dimensional space time which is attained by the interaction of magnetic field and zero mass scalar field in Einstein’s theory of gravitation, where the cosmic parameters X & A are functions of cosmic time t .The concluding remark is focused on the singularity nullity, uniformity, energy condition and about the possession of gravitational field radiation of the space-time.
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