Classical Physics

1103 Submissions

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Brownian Movements

Authors: Nainan K. Varghese
Comments: 5 Pages. Published in General Science Journal

Currently, analyses of ‘Brownian motion’ are limited to its relevance to other scientific phenomena. Observed motion of a microscopic solid particle, suspended in a liquid, is attributed to assumed random motion of liquid molecules, which is one of many assumptions of ‘kinetic theory’. There is neither a logical cause nor a mechanism nor a known mover, acting on liquid molecules. Hence, root cause of Brownian motion remains a mystery. Aim of this article is to explain a logical mechanism for random motion of molecules of liquid macro body, based on structural behavior of its matter-particles, rather than to analyse observed motion and its significance to other phenomena.
Category: Classical Physics

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Mpemba Effect

Authors: Nainan K. Varghese
Comments: 4 Pages. Originally published in 'General Science Journal'

Two equal volumes of water, one slightly warmer than the other, when placed in similar external conditions to freeze, warmer water is noticed to freeze before the other. This phenomenon, (called Mpemba effect), is the result of difference in rate of inter-atomic movements during cooling stages of macro bodies with different initial temperatures.
Category: Classical Physics

[2] viXra:1103.0075 [pdf] submitted on 19 Mar 2011

Probability Distribution Function of the Particle Number in a System with Concurrent Existence of Temperature T and Potential Φ

Authors: Xianzhao Zhong
Comments: 7 pages.

In a system, coupling between the large number of charged particles will induce potential Φ. When temperature T and potential Φ concurrently exist in the system, the particle potential energy and kinetic energy would satisfy the probabilistic statistical distribution. Based on such consideration, we established the quantum statistical distribution for the particle. When temperature T → 0, and the potential is extremely low, all the particles in the system would approach the ground-state-level distribution.
Category: Classical Physics

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Linear Speed of Light

Authors: Nainan K. Varghese
Comments: 10 Pages. Originally published in General Science Journal

Light is flow of three-dimensional matter-corpuscles, each corpuscle accompanied by separate set of distortions in universal medium. Together, they constitute radiation of photons. For existence, it is essential for matter-core of a photon to move at the highest possible linear speed, at which universal medium can move it. This limit endows light with constancy of its linear speed. Constancy of linear speed is related to and hence depends on nature of universal medium in region of space, where light is radiated. This essay very briefly describes mechanism of light’s motion and stabilizing mechanism of its linear speed, as envisaged in alternative concept, presented in the book, ‘MATTER (Re-examined)’. For details, kindly refer to same [1].
Category: Classical Physics