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BINARY LAW of BACKGROUND RADIATION

  1. Dec 28, 2003 #1
    The idea of this work has appeared in 2002. At mathematical simulation of processes of mechanical resonance in classical objects of the ring form we have confronted with inexplicable effect. The computer program "drew" the graph of the smooth function with periodically iterating peaks. This function features stability of own resonance oscillations of a ring and its graph should be look, as horizontal line. In reality, the graph looks like, as shown in figure
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    Then we could not find the satisfactory explanation to this computer riddle. However, our further researches of spectrums of atoms allow explaining this mathematical incident, as quite explainable defect of equations of quantum physics.
    The energy of background radiation from all objects, which are in a zone of experiment and which, by and large, influence the observations of sensors.
    The relative amplitude (amplitude order [tex]n_{o}[/tex]) of background radiation shortens a wave of radiation on some picometers ([tex]\sim 10^{-5}[/tex]) that practically does not influence accuracy of measuring instruments. However at theoretical researches these deviations can reduce into fallacious deductions.
    The amplitude order [tex]n_{o}[/tex] of a background depends on the frequency order [tex]m[/tex] and represents the binary function of a radiated frequency
    [tex]n_{o}= n_{s}\cdot (2^{-\frac{m}{m_s}}) [/tex]
    where:
    [tex]n_o[/tex] – the integral amplitude order of a background in experiment;
    [tex]m_s[/tex] – the long-wave frequency order of background radiation;
    The radiant intensity of atoms is featured by the same law and represents probability of radiation, which corresponds to each quantum transition [tex]m_{o}\rightarrow m[/tex]
    [tex]j= j_{n}\cdot (2^{-\frac{m}{m_n}}) [/tex]
    where:
    [tex]j_n[/tex] – the amplitude of intensity of emission of atom in limits of given spectral series, depending from choice of units of measurements;
    [tex]m_n[/tex] – the short-wave frequency order of background radiation, depending on choice
    of units of measurements of intensity of resonance emission of atom;
    The full text see in
    http://vlamir.nsk.ru/relic_radiation_e.pdf
    As a result of the fulfilled analysis we can offer the following explanation to origin of peaks on the above graphics – the binary mathematics of the polytronic equations inspects quantum processes on all scales of radiation and on all energy levels of atoms more precisely, than the existing quantum theory.
     
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  3. Feb 10, 2004 #2
    This replay should be perceived, as a signal about increasing danger of errors and about the prolonged carelessness of official scientific community.
    We have executed the calculations of spectra of hydrogen and helium with the help of two mathematical programs – Mathcad 7 and Mathcad 2001, and have made careful comparison of results.
    On the one hand we have seen the unfavorable picture in imperfection of software for scientific researches and in inexactitude of the equations of the standard theory.
    But on the other hand we have got more confidence in, that atomic spectra can tell about the internal structure of atoms, molecules and molecular compounds much more, than it is possible now.
    For example, the multipletness of spectral lines informs us about, how many there are radiating elements in atom and how many active points have these elements at the given temperature.
    The intensity of lines in spectral series informs about, in what place of atom are located radiating elements and how happens the exchange of energy between elements.
    Weak variations of frequency and intensity of radiation can tell about properties of materials, which are located in a zone of experiment.
    The strict regularity in spectral series informs about harmonious internal structure of atoms.

    I hope, that the first results of our researches will be interesting and useful, both for experimentalists, and for theorists.

    For details of research look in the new editing:
    In English–http://vlamir.nsk.ru/relic_radiation_e.pdf (142Kb)
    In Russian–http://vlamir.nsk.ru/relic_radiation_r.zip (48Kb)
     
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