Horizons in World Physics. Volume 307


Albert Reimer (Editor)

Series: Horizons in World Physics
BISAC: SCI055000
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52305/DKIM5863

This volume contains six chapters which describe recent advancements in physics. Chapter One discusses optical thermometry when Eu3+ ions are substituted in various perovskites/double perovskite lattices. Chapter Two deals with various aspects of measurements of cosmic-ray interactions on the Earth’s surface. Chapter Three covers the use of machine learning for revealing the transfer of xylene from the ambient air to rainwater and an explainable artificial intelligence framework for investigating the relevance of the monitored parameters and identification of the key factors that govern wet deposition of xylene. Chapter Four proposes a new universal constant that connects events in the micro- and macro-world as a consequence of neutrino processes of proton clustering. Chapter Five introduces a new proposal for a gravitational Bose Einstein condensate associated with a special relativity deformed by a minimum speed. Lastly, Chapter Six studies the possible effect of proper ultralight massive structures on the propagation behavior of gravitational waves and neutrinos.

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Table of Contents


Chapter 1. Optical Thermometry Based on Eu3+ Activated Double Perovskites: State of the Art and Challenges
(Sariga C. Lal, I. N. Jawahar and Subodh Ganesanpotti – Department of Physics, University of Kerala, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India)

Chapter 2. Measurements of Cosmic-Ray Interactions on the Earth’s Surface
(D. Mrdja, K. Bikit, J. Knezevic, S. Forkapic, I. Bikit, J. Hansman, D. Velimirovic – Department of Physics, Faculty of Sciences, University of Novi Sad, Novi Sad, Serbia)

Chapter 3. Explaining Xylene Wet Deposition Using Artificial Intelligence
(Gordana Jovanović, Mirjana Perišić, Svetlana Stanišić and Andreja Stojić – Institute of Physics Belgrade, National Institute of the Republic of Serbia, University of Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia)

Chapter 4. New Constant 2.07E-16 J ∙ m3/n
(Viktor Zubow, Anatoly Zubow and Kristina Zubow – Zubow Consulting (NPO), Germany, et al.)

Chapter 5. A New Proposal for a Gravitational Bose Einstein Condensate Associated with a Special Relativity Deformed by a Minimum Speed
(Rodrigo Francisco dos Santos and Luis Gustavo Almedia – Instituto do Noroeste Fluminense de Educacao Superior, Santo Antonio de Padua, Brazil)

Chapter 6. Probing Quantum Gravity Effects at High Scales
(Salah Eddine Ennadifi – LHEP-MS, Faculty of Science, Mohammed V University, Rabat, Morocco)


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