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Then (49) possesses a finite energy, nontrivial solution if and only if there exists s0 such that W (s0 ) < 0. (52) Proof. Since W satisfies (W2) and (52), the if part follows from theorem 4 in [4]. The only if part follows from the Pohozaev identity (see prop. 1 in [4]). Unfortunately, by proposition 2, the energy (rest mass) of solutions (0, ϕ) of the electrostatic equation 1 2 E (0, ϕ) = − |∇ϕ| dx = W −ϕ2 dx 3 is negative; they are not physically acceptable for our program. Thus, by Theorem 5, a necessary condition in order the system (43, 44) does not possess negative energy solutions, is the following: • (W+ ) W (s) ≥ 0 (53) More exactly, we have the following result: Proposition 6.

From the definition of c, we have c ≤ J(tε ωε ) = J∞ (tε ωε ) + J(tε ωε ) − J∞ (tε ωε ) ≤ N 1 2 NS + + {δ≤|x|≤R} ∗ |tε ωε |2 ∗ 2 {δ≤|x|≤R} 2 |tε ∇ωε |p(x) ε| − |tε ∇ω p(x) 2 ωε |q(x)+1 dx. 13), we have that c < N 1 2 NS dx, dx . 4 If (H5 ) and (Q5 ) hold, problem (P∗ ) has a solution. ∞ Proof. ∇φdx = IRN |un |q(x)−1 un φdx + on (1). O. S. ∇φdx = IRN |u|q(x)−1 uφdx, 1,p(x) thus u is a nontrivial critical point of I in Drad (IRN ). Using a principle of ´ and Souto [3], symmetric criticality for Banach spaces due de Morais Filho, do O 1,p(x) N (IR ), consequently u we have that u is a nontrivial critical point of J in D is a solution for (P∗ ).

50) has a nontrivial, finite energy solution. This solution has radial symmetry, namely A(x) = g −1 A(gx) ∀g ∈ O(3) where O(3) is the orthogonal group in R3 . 3. Solitary waves A solitary wave is a solution of a field equation whose energy travels as a localized packet. Since our equations are invariant for the action of the Poincar´e group, given a static solution (A (x) , ϕ (x)) it is possible to produce a solitary wave, moving with velocity v = (v, 0, 0) with |v| < 1, just making a Lorentz transformation Av (x, t) ϕv (x, t) where ⎡ x1 −vt √ 1−v 2 ⎤ = ⎡ A (x (x, t)) ϕ (x (x, t)) A √1 +vϕ 1−v 2 (54) ⎤ ϕ + vA1 .

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