By Igor Makarov

This can be an self sustaining primary study in physics introducing the reform of recent physics. In 1996-2005, it used to be released in elements in medical journals; in 2007 it was once revealed privately in Britain and registered within the British Library; in 2008 it was once registered at the Copyright place of work of the Library of Congress. The publication comprises 129 pages dimension A5. it really is intendent for pro physicists and will be of curiosity to scientists and scholars generally.

Show description

Read or Download A Theory Of Ether, Particles And Atoms: Introduction To The Reform Of Modern Physics (Volume 1) PDF

Similar nuclear physics books

Charged Particle and Photon Interactions with Matter: Recent Advances, Applications, and Interfaces

Construction on Mozumder’s and Hatano’s Charged Particle and Photon Interactions with subject: Chemical, Physicochemical, and organic outcomes with functions (CRC Press, 2004), Charged Particle and Photon Interactions with topic: contemporary Advances, functions, and Interfaces expands upon the medical contents of the former quantity via overlaying cutting-edge advances, novel purposes, and destiny views.

Cluster processes in gases and plasmas

This reference on cluster physics in fabrics technological know-how attracts upon the author's unrivalled event in plasma technological know-how. It covers intimately electromagnetic results, cluster movement and progress, in addition to aerosols, offering the information instrumental for an knowing of nanostructure formation. '' ''Around four hundred case experiences allow readers to without delay relate the how you can their very own person initiatives or initiatives.

At the Root of Things: The Subatomic World

On the Root of items: The Subatomic international is a trip into the realm of hassle-free particles—the uncomplicated materials of all topic within the universe—and the character of the interactions between them. The ebook starts off with a precis of pre-quantum physics and later tackles quantum physics, that's crucial for the learn of undemanding debris.

Extra info for A Theory Of Ether, Particles And Atoms: Introduction To The Reform Of Modern Physics (Volume 1)

Example text

8) The scattering of photons provides exchange interaction of the selfconsistent cloud with vacuum, the value P being proportional to the power of that interaction. C. The inner boundary of the self-consistent cloud divides the domains of reflection and scattering, the latter providing the exchange interaction with vacuum. That boundary is self-conjugate in a sense: not only does it scatter centrifugal photons, but, due to the exchange interaction with vacuum, produces, with the same probability, centripetal photons , thereby creating the effect of photon reflection from the boundary.

Weak Interactions in Nuclei, 1989. 2. Okun B. Weak Interactions of Elementary Particles, 1965. 3. S. The Neutron Becoming the Atom. 4, 2004. 4. S. Elementary Particles. Second Edition. Cambridge University Press, 1985. 5. Hans C. Ohanian. Modern Physics. Second Edition. Prentice Hall. 1995. CHAPTER 4 EVALUATION OF THE PARAMETERS AND CHARACTERISTICS OF ETHER Introduction As the reader knows, the problem of ether, as an actual problem of theoretical and experimental physics, arose with the development of the theory of light, and especially in connection with Maxwell’s electromagnetic theory, but then was almost abandoned after the advent of the special theory of relativity.

Thus there arises the effect of self-control. The balanced cloud in which the time and space reflections form a united self-controlled space-time reflection is a self-controlled cloud. 14) 28 A Theory of Ether, Particles and Atoms The latter seems to be known as the equation of full internal reflection. 4 The self-conjugate cloud A. The effect of self-control in the self-controlled cloud gives rise to preferential forms of reflection and, therefore, leads to the discretization of the previously continuous spectrum of states.

Download PDF sample

A Theory Of Ether, Particles And Atoms: Introduction To The by Igor Makarov
Rated 4.22 of 5 – based on 16 votes