# Some Classical Models of Particles and Quantum Gauge Theories

## Abstract

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## 1. Introduction

## 2. Methods and Results

#### 2.1. Scalar Electrodynamics

#### 2.2. Dirac Equation as an Equation for One Function

#### 2.3. Algebraic Elimination of Components from the Dirac Equation in a General Form

#### 2.4. An Approach to Elimination of the Spinor Field from the Equations of Spinor Electrodynamics

#### 2.5. Lagrangian of Spinor Electrodynamics with Just One Real Function to Describe Charged Spinor Field

#### 2.6. Spinor Electrodynamics

#### 2.7. Algebraic Elimination of Spinor Components from the Dirac Equation in the Yang–Mills Field

#### 2.8. Plasma-like Model of Quantum Particles

#### 2.9. Transition to Many-Particle Theories

## 3. Conclusions

## Funding

## Data Availability Statement

## Acknowledgments

## Conflicts of Interest

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