Mass Profiles and Shapes of Cosmological StructuresG.A. Mamon, F. Combes, C. Deffayet and B. Fort (eds)EAS Publications Series, 20 (2006) 225-230
A Primer to Relativistic MOND Theory
Racah Institute of Physics, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem 91904, Israel
Kapteyn Astronomical Institute, PO Box 800, 9700AV Groningen, The Netherlands
We first review the nonrelativistic Lagrangian theory as a framework for the MOND equation. Obstructions to a relativistic version of it are discussed leading up to TeVeS, a relativistic tensor-vector-scalar field theory which displays both MOND and Newtonian limits. The whys for its particular structure are discussed and its achievements so far are summarized.
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