Theoretical Basis of Physchemistry of Nanotechnologies
|Author||Philipp M Kanarev|
|Publisher||Kuban State Agrarian University|
Translated from Russian by A.I. Kostina (Pages: 340; Figures: 107; Tables: 48; physical and chemical equations: 315)
The new axiomatics of natural sciences is given in the book; on its basis, quantum physics and quantum chemistry have been returned to the classical way of development. The first steps are made on this way, which have led to discovery of the structure of the photon, the electron, and the principle of the formation of the atomic nuclei, the atoms and the molecules.
Planck's Law of radiation of perfect blackbody is given on the basis of classical concepts, and the connection of quantum phenomena with the laws of classical physics is proved.
The application of the new theoretical results to the solution of practical energy tasks on the basis of plasma electrolysis of water is shown. Due to this electrolysis, additional heat energy generated as well as hydrogen and oxygen are the energy containing gases. Cold Nuclear transmutation of the atomic nuclei of alkaline metals and the atomic nuclei of the cathode material takes place during plasma electrolysis of water.
The book is intended for physicists, chemists and other specialists who are seeking the new directions for understanding the foundations of the microworld and the new energy sources.
Dear reader, I ask to excuse me for bad text translation from Russian on English. I have no opportunity to pay for a qualified translation, therefore I translate texts with the help of a computer and then I correct them.
In the book the substantiation of parameters and interactions of the basic inhabitants of a microcosm is submitted: photons, electrons, protons, neutrons, nucleus of atoms, atoms, molecules and clusters and which are the basic participants of any nanotechnologies.
In the last chapter it is resulted more than 800 questions following from the new theory of a microcosm and experimental data of the author in the field of hydrogen and thermal power, and brief answers to these questions are given. The book is intended to physicists, chemists and other experts developing nanotechnologies and new energy sources.