Study of Einstein Solutions And Symmetries of Type N Pure Radiation Field
In the present research paper, we study Einstein solitons with a physical interpretation of the notion of the vector field associated with Einstein solitons. We investigate the geometrical symmetries of Petrov type N pure radiation fields along the vector field also associated with Einstein solitons.
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