Derivation of Klein – Gordon Equation for Frictional Medium

Kh. M. Haroun, Arafa Ahmed Mohamed Yagob, M. Dirar Abd Allah


The expression for a wave function in a conducting medium together with relativistic energy momentum relation is used to derive Klien - Gordon equation for frictional medium. This equation reduces to the ordinary Klein- Gordon equation in free space. For good conducted lasing is possible. The amplification coefficient is proportional to conductivity.


Friction; lasing; Klien-Gordon equation; conductivity.

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