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Peer Reviewed Article

Vol. 9 (2022)

Reciprocal Symmetry and the Unified Theory of Elementary Particles: Bridging Quantum Mechanics and Relativity



The search for a unifying concept that might reconcile relativity and quantum physics has led to the investigation of reciprocal symmetry. This work aims to formulate a unified theory of fundamental particles and space-time by clarifying reciprocal links between quantum and space-time symmetries. This study's technique entails a thorough analysis and synthesis of the body of knowledge regarding symmetry in relativity and quantum physics. Examining theoretical frameworks, mathematical formalisms, and experimental discoveries, the research finds mutual links and shared symmetries across conventional disciplinary boundaries. The study's main conclusions emphasize that symmetry is essential in forming physical interactions and rules. The structure of relativistic space-time geometry and quantum events is revealed to be unified by symmetry. The findings have consequences for policy in the areas of experimental facility investments, multidisciplinary collaboration promotion, and the creation of cutting-edge technical tools for theoretical physics research.


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