By Thierry Cazenave, David Costa, Orlando Lopes, Raúl Manásevich, Paul Rabinowitz, Bernhard Ruf, Carlos Tomei

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3. The semilinear Maxwell equations Here we report some results contained in [1] where a unitarian ﬁeld theory, based on a semilinear perturbation of the Maxwell equations, has been introduced. We modify the usual Maxwell action in the empty space Sm (ϕ, A) = ∂A +∇ϕ ∂t 1 2 2 − |∇ × A| 2 dxdt in the following way: S= 1 2 2 ∂A 2 2 +∇ϕ − |∇ × A| + W |A| − ϕ2 ∂t dxdt (25) where W : R → R. 2 2 The argument of W is |A| − |ϕ| in order to make this expression invariant for the Poincar´e group and the equations consistent with special relativity.

1. (i) If v ∈ Lp + Lq , the following inequalities hold: v max ≤ v Lq (RN −Γv ) − 1, 1 1 1 + |Γv | τ v Lp (Γv ) Lp +Lq ≤ max v Lq (RN −Γv ) , v Lp (Γv ) pq . when τ = q−p (ii) Let {vn } ⊂ Lp +Lq and set Γn = {x ∈ Ω : |vn (x)| > 1}. Then {vn } is bounded in Lp + Lq if and only if the sequences vn Lq (RN −Γn ) + vn Lp (Γn ) and {|Γn |} are bounded. (iii) f is a bounded map from Lp + Lq into Lp/p−1 ∩ Lq/q−1 . 56 V. R. M. 2. 1 we have L2 ⊂ Lp + Lq when 2 < p < 2∗ < q. Then, by the Sobolev inequality, we get the continuous embedding D1,2 (RN ) ⊂ Lp + Lq .

Existence of Solutions In this section, we will show the existence of a positive solution for (Pλ ). We divide this section in subsections considering diﬀerent situations involving the geometry of the function q(x) at inﬁnity. 1. First Case: Equality at Inﬁnity In this subsection, we show our ﬁrst result considering the case where the function q is equal to a constant at inﬁnity. The next proposition establishes an important inequality involving the minimax level c∞ of I∞ . 1 Let {un } be a (P S)d sequence for Iλ converging weakly to 0 in W 1,p(x) (IRN ).

### Contributions to Nonlinear Analysis: A Tribute to D.G. de Figueiredo on the Occasion of his 70th Birthday (Progress in Nonlinear Differential Equations and Their Applications) by Thierry Cazenave, David Costa, Orlando Lopes, Raúl Manásevich, Paul Rabinowitz, Bernhard Ruf, Carlos Tomei

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