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These invariants of the motion are analyzed in [3]. Here we shall only write the expressions of the energy and of the momentum. • Energy: E (A, ϕ) = ∂A ∂t 1 2 2 2 2 2 − |∇ϕ| + |∇ × A| − W |A| − ϕ2 dx. (39) • Momentum: 3 P (A, ϕ) = i=1 ∂Ai ∂ϕ + ∂t ∂xi ∇Ai dx. (40) Now let us consider a constant of the motion, the charge, which is not related to the invariance of (25) under the action of the Poincar`e group. The charge is deﬁned as C (A, ϕ) = ρ (A, ϕ) dx = 2 |A| − ϕ2 ϕdx. W (41) The charge C = C (A, ϕ) is constant along the solutions A, ϕ of (26), (27).

Souto Proof. ∇φ + |un |p(x)−2 un φ dx = λ IRN |un |q(x)−1 un φdx + on (1). ∇φ + |u|p(x)−2 uφ dx = λ IRN |u|q(x)−1 uφdx. 1, the function u can not be zero. 2. 2 Let {un } be a (P S)c sequence for Iλ converging weakly to 0 in W 1,p(x) (IRN ). Assume the limit lim q(x) = s. (Q2 ) |x|→∞ Then c ≥ c∞ , where c∞ denotes the minimax level of the Euler–Lagrange functional I∞ . Proof. un → 0. un = |∇un |p(x) − |∇un |m dx + {|x|≤R} |un |p(x) − |un |m dx +λ IRN |un |s+1 − |un |q(x)+1) dx. 5) are on (1). 6) where on (1) = |x|≤R |un |s+1 − |un |q(x)+1 dx.

50 V. Bienci and D. Fortunato Moreover, let F and F be the sets of the ﬁxed points for the actions Tg and Tg respectively, namely F = u : R3 → R3 : Tg u = u for all g ∈ O(3) F = w : R3 → R : Tg w = w for all g ∈ O(3) . And ﬁnally we set V = u ∈ D(R3 , R3 ) ∩ F : ∇ · u = 0 W = Dp,q (R3 , R) ∩ F . It can be shown that for all g ∈ O(3) , u : R3 → R3 and w : R3 → R Tg (∇ · u) = ∇ · (Tg u) ∇(Tg w) = Tg (∇w) where ∇· denotes the divergence operator. So (u ∈ F and w ∈ F ) =⇒ (u + ∇w ∈ F ) . (66) The following compactness result can be proved by adapting to our case a well known radial lemma ([4]).