Horizons in World Physics. Volume 311


Albert Reimer (Editor)

Series: Horizons in World Physics
BISAC: SCI055000

This book contains nine chapters that detail horizons in world physics. Chapter One aims to predict the decay channels of superheavy atomic nuclei. Chapter Two presents and analyzes the results of an experimental study of the electromagnetic (EM) radiation propagation in two types of metal–dielectric photonic-crystal composite systems based on opals obtained by the authors. Chapter Three discusses the interconnection of stages in the energy evolution of an open system. Chapter Four studies the nature of the proton, neutron, and electron by the method of gravitational mass spectroscopy. Chapter Five explains the complexities of entropy generation. Chapter Six introduces new forms of the basic quantities of the electromagnetic field – the vector of the magnetic field intensity𝐻⃗⃗ , the vector of the magnetic flux density𝐵⃗ , the vector of the electric field intensity𝐸⃗ and some others. Chapter Seven gives an orgraph of the formation of the cycle of cluster construction of masses in their homological series from preons to galaxies. Chapter Eight studies the homologous series of elementary particles and celestial bodies. Lastly, Chapter Nine discusses a non-equilibrium hydrodynamic approach for the description of the emission of high energy secondary particles.

Table of Contents


Chapter 1. Decays of Superheavy Atomic Nuclei: New Facts and Hypotheses
Viacheslav Okunev, PhD
Departments of Physics of the Faculty of Fundamental Sciences at Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Russia

Chapter 2. Propagation of Electromagnetic Radiation in Opal-Based Metal-Dielectric Structures
Vladimir Solovyev, Prof., Samuil Khanin, Prof., Alexander Vanin, Prof., Alexander Cvetkov, MS and Mikhail Yanikov, PhD
Department of Physics, Pskov State University, Pskov, Russian Federation

Chapter 3. The Interconnection of Stages in the Energy Evolution of an Open System: Thermodynamic Insight
Andrei Moldavanov, PhD
Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada

Chapter 4. The Nature of the Dipole, Magnetism, Electromagnetism, Metallic Bonding
and Electricity
Anatolij Zubow2, Kristina Zubow1 and Viktor Zubow1
R&D, Zubow Consulting (NPO), Peenehagen, Germany
2Department Telecommunication Networks Group, TU, Berlin, Germany

Chapter 5. Entropy Generation: A Theoretical Foundation
Joaquim Anacleto1,2, PhD
1Department of Physics, School of Sciences and Technology, University of Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro, Vila Real, Portugal
2IFIMUP-IN and Department of Physics and Astronomy, Faculty of Sciences, University of Porto, Porto, Portugal

Chapter 6. Electromagnetic Radiation: Advances in Research and Applications
Emil Panov, PhD
Department of Theoretical Electrical Engineering and Instrumentation, Technical University of Varna, Varna, Bulgaria

Chapter 7. New Constant Q = 8.97082E-10, m2/s2∙kg3 in E = Q∙m4. Vector Nature of Masses
Anatoly Zubow2, Kristina Zubow1 and Viktor Zubow1
Zubow Consulting, Germany
2Group of the Telecommunication Networks Division, TU, Berlin, Germany

Chapter 8. Preons: Mass and Force Constant of Oscillations in the Series of Their Homologues – Elementary Particles and Celestial Bodies. Dark Energy
Anatoly Zubow2, Kristina Zubow1 and Viktor Anatolievich Zubow1
Zubow Consulting, Germany
2Group of the Telecommunication Networks Division, TU, Berlin, Germany

Chapter 9. A Non-Equilibrium Hydrodynamic Approach for the Description of the Emission of High Energy Secondary Particles in Heavy Ion Collisions of Intermediate Energies
Alexander T. D’yachenko , Professor1,2
B.P. Konstantinov Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute, National Research Center ”Kurchatov Institute”, Gatchina, Russia
2Emperor Alexander I Petersburg State Transport University, St. Petersburg, Russia


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