Relativity and Cosmology


Discrete Energy bands in FLRW Cosmology

Authors: Mohd Abubakr

Composition and nature of dark energy and dark matter remains one of the critical open problems in modern cosmology. Several modified models within the framework of FLRW cosmology have been proposed to explain dark energy and dark matter, however there has been little progress. In this paper, we present a hypothesis on existence of discrete energy bands accounting ordinary matter, dark matter and dark energy. Categorization of forces into global and local forces, leads to classification of one energy bands. We also explore the observational evidence to establish the existence of energy bands.

Comments: 16 Pages, Written in Hindi Language

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[v1] 16 Oct 2009

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