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The Problem of Electron and Superluminal Signals (Contemporary Fundamental Physics)

by V. P. Oleinik

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Published by Nova Science Publishers .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Atomic & molecular physics,
  • Science,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Waves & Wave Mechanics,
  • Electricity,
  • Electromagnetism,
  • Electromagnetic waves,
  • Electron-positron pairs,
  • Quantum electrodynamics,
  • Vacuum

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages229
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12120200M
    ISBN 101560729384
    ISBN 109781560729389

    The recent interest in the subject of superluminal group velocities was rekindled from consideration of the electron tunneling time. Since ‘‘analogies’’ between photon and elec-tron tunneling in particular @3,4#, and between Maxwell-Helmholtz and the Schro¨dinger wave equations in general. Destination page number Search scope Search Text Search scope Search Text.

      One note that i personally think is important if you have unification of interactions in mind is that the QM vs QFT foundation issue fades as you try to reconstruct state spaces from an abstract starting points and general informationspaces without assuming a classical spacetime index that is a priori separated from internal spaces. The problem of electron and superluminal signals V.P. Oleinik (In Contemporary Fundamental Physics / Series ed. by Valerie V. Dvoeglazov) Nova Science Publishers, c

    @article{osti_, title = {Quantum noise and superluminal propagation}, author = {Segev, Bilha and Milonni, Peter W and Babb, James F and Chiao, Raymond Y}, abstractNote = {Causal ''superluminal'' effects have recently been observed and discussed in various contexts. The question arises whether such effects could be observed with extremely weak pulses, and what would prevent . FTL Photons by John G. Cramer Alternate View Column AV Keywords: Casimir effect, vacuum fluctuations, virtual particles, FTL, superluminal Published in the Mid-December issue of Analog Science Fiction & Fact Magazine; This column was written and submitted 6/1/90 and is copyrighted ©, John G. Cramer.


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The Problem of Electron and Superluminal Signals (Contemporary Fundamental Physics) by V. P. Oleinik Download PDF EPUB FB2

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages ; 26 cm. Contents: Chapter 1 Electron as an Open Self-Organizing System 1 --Section Physical Ideas and Main Results 1 --Section Model of Open System 15 --Section Equations for the Vortex and Potential Components of Electromagnetic Field 20 --Section Self-Acting Field of Electron 26.

Proposed mechanisms Tachyons. Tachyonic particles are hypothetical particles that travel faster than light. These would allow superluminal communication, and for this reason are widely believed not to exist. By contrast, tachyonic fields - quantum fields with imaginary mass - certainly do exist, and exhibit superluminal group velocity under some circumstances.

A Review on Superluminal Physics and Superluminal Communication in light of the Neutrosophic Logic perspective Chapter (PDF Available) June with 62 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

1, random bits that are uniformly distributed to within 10−12 and unpredictable assuming the impossibility of superluminal communication are generated and certified using a Cited by: The occurrence of superluminal signals is due to the space-time symmetry breaking of a special kind, consisting in that the equations for potentials do not possess relativistic invariance though.

The electron’s superluminal quantum has a closed double-looped helical trajectory whose circular axis’ double-looped length is one Compton wavelength h/mc. In the electron’s rest frame, the equations for the superluminal quantum’s position are: 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 () (1 2 cos())cos(2) () (1 2cos())sin(2).

pulses (right [19]). The pulses (= signals) are normalized (a signal does not depend on its magnitude) and compared with the air born A or the wave–guided ones (1).

The measured time shifts of 62 ns and of ns result in signal velocities of −c/ and of c, respectively. Obviously superluminal signal velocities do exist. Online shopping for Electromagnetic Theory from a great selection at Books Store.

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The superluminal signals appeared in intermediate calculations only in fields scattered by an excited atoms. Only due to “classical” interference of scattering channels the superluminal signals vanished in the sum E ˆ ν (c) (r, t) + E ˆ ν (n) (r, t), and we received well-known conventional result.

This result could be obtained using the. Thus Δv superluminal, Δv eff in must be positive; this can be accommodated by making cos 2θ negative.

Note also that v + and v – are less than c if both neutrino masses are nonzero, so the individual mass eigenstate wavepackets move with subluminal group velocities; any superluminal velocity arising from is a consequence of pulse.

Chubykalo A, Espinoza A, Alvarado-Flores R and Gutierrez-Rodriguez A Reply to ‘Comment on “Helmholtz theorem and the v-gauge in the problem of superluminal and instantaneous signals in classical electrodynamics” by A E Chubykalo et al ’ by J Heras [Found.

Phys. Lett. 19(6), p. ()] Found. Phys. 37 – Crossref. The possibility that causality would be violated if signals could travel faster than the speed of light is a more interesting problem however. The relationship between Faster than Light signal speeds and causality will be considered and it will be shown that if a Faster than Light signal were ever discovered then either Special Relativity or.

To avoid apparent problems with the superluminal movement of unrelated pulse peaks, the arrival of the information carried by the signal can as well be ascribed to the front of the pulse. Thus the signal velocity would be identical with the speed of light.

This is reasonable if sharp wavefronts are present as in the case of rectangular pulses. The SEM utilizes a focused electron beam to scan across the surface of the spec-imen systematically, producing large numbers of signals, which will be discussed in detail later. These electron signals are eventually converted to a visual signal displayed on a cathode ray tube (CRT).

Interaction of Electron with Samples. It's only the phase velocity that is superluminal. Signals and energy travel at the group velocity, which is less than c, so there is no problem with special relativity.

If you watch waves at the beach, pick out the biggest wave and follow it. Much of the debate concerns the still controversial definition of signal velocity in the superluminal domain. A concise and simple introduction at the undergraduate level can be found in [ 52 ], but the subject is complex and prone to misunderstandings to the extent that a whole book has been devoted to it very recently in view of the latest.

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the information about the right. yet with superluminal velocities. Using a modi ed extended relativity model, m m becomes the relativistic mass of a superluminal electron, with m 0 = eV/c2, the ne structure constant becomes a mass ratio and charge quantization is the result of two states of the electron.

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