International Journal of Physics

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Article

Hidden Multiverse: Explanation of Dark Matter and Dark Energy Phenomena

1Research Centre of information technology “TELAN Electronics”, Kiev, Ukraine


International Journal of Physics. 2015, 3(2), 84-87
DOI: 10.12691/ijp-3-2-6
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Alexander Alexandrovich Antonov. Hidden Multiverse: Explanation of Dark Matter and Dark Energy Phenomena. International Journal of Physics. 2015; 3(2):84-87. doi: 10.12691/ijp-3-2-6.

Correspondence to: Alexander  Alexandrovich Antonov, Research Centre of information technology “TELAN Electronics”, Kiev, Ukraine. Email: telan@bk.ru

Abstract

It is demonstrated that parallel universes forming the multiverse, according to the hypothesis suggested herein, actually exist and are accessible for people to visit, because they comply with the similarity principle. According to this principle, laws of nature governing different universes are identical or similar, but certain differences are also possible. For example, time in them can flow in any directions with respect to the time in our universe. The suggested hypothesis of the multiverse is based on the adjusted special theory of relativity, where statements on an unbreakable light speed barrier and lack of physical meaning of imaginary numbers are removed from the second postulate. Furthermore, the principle of physical reality of imaginary numbers is proven both theoretically and experimentally. In line with this principle, all the relativistic formulae of the special theory of relativity are adjusted accordingly. The reality of this multiverse is confirmed by the existence of dark matter and dark energy.

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Article

Gapless Superconductivity

1Moscow Aviation Institute, VolokolamskoeShosse, 4, 125871, Moscow, Russia


International Journal of Physics. 2015, 3(2), 88-95
DOI: 10.12691/ijp-3-2-7
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Boris V. Bondarev. Gapless Superconductivity. International Journal of Physics. 2015; 3(2):88-95. doi: 10.12691/ijp-3-2-7.

Correspondence to: Boris  V. Bondarev, Moscow Aviation Institute, VolokolamskoeShosse, 4, 125871, Moscow, Russia. Email: bondarev.b@mail.ru

Abstract

The mean field method is applied for analysis of valence electrons in metals. It is shown that at low temperatures electrons have two wave-vector distribution patterns. Isotropic distribution refers to the first pattern. Anisotropic distribution refers to another pattern, particularly to specific wave vector values occurred nearby the Fermi sphere. It is shown that it is the anisotropy that makes the metal obtain its specific superconductor features.

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Article

Invisible Spacetime Theory - An Approach to Generalize Subluminal and Superluminal Speeds

1Sri Sai Ram Engineering College, Chennai-600044, India


International Journal of Physics. 2015, 3(3), 96-99
DOI: 10.12691/ijp-3-3-1
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Parasuraman V, Sathishkumar G. Invisible Spacetime Theory - An Approach to Generalize Subluminal and Superluminal Speeds. International Journal of Physics. 2015; 3(3):96-99. doi: 10.12691/ijp-3-3-1.

Correspondence to: Sathishkumar  G, Sri Sai Ram Engineering College, Chennai-600044, India. Email: parasuraman_venkatraman@yahoo.com,sathishkumar.phy@sairam.edu.in

Abstract

Theory of Relativity and theories for superluminal speed cannot be given in same way even though both of them are created to explain the moving objects. In this paper a theoretical attempt is made to provide a general description for moving objects and time flow in moving objects, irrespective of their speed domain, is related with stationary objects. To do so, three assumptions are suggested such that they support Relativity at subluminal speeds and encourage 'Fifth dimension' concept at superluminal speeds.

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Article

On the Test of Time Dilation Using the Relativistic Doppler Shift Equation

1Mechanical Department, DAH (S & P), Beirut, Lebanon


International Journal of Physics. 2015, 3(3), 100-107
DOI: 10.12691/ijp-3-3-2
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Radwan M. Kassir. On the Test of Time Dilation Using the Relativistic Doppler Shift Equation. International Journal of Physics. 2015; 3(3):100-107. doi: 10.12691/ijp-3-3-2.

Correspondence to: Radwan  M. Kassir, Mechanical Department, DAH (S & P), Beirut, Lebanon. Email: radwan.elkassir@dargroup.com

Abstract

In a recent research study entitled “Test of Time Dilation Using Stored Li+ Ions as Clocks at Relativistic Speed” (Phys. Rev. Lett. 113, 120405 – Published 16 September 2014), an Ives–Stilwell type experiment,it was claimed that a conducted time dilation experiment using the relativistic Doppler effect on the Li+ ions resonance frequencies had verified, with a greatly increased precision, the relativistic frequency shift formula, derived in the Special Relativity from the Lorentz Transformation, thus indirectly proving the time dilation predicted by the Special Relativity. The test was based on the validation of an algebraic equality relating a set of measured frequencies, and deduced from the relativistic Doppler equations. In this study, it was shown that this algebraic equality, used as a validation criterion, did not uniquely imply the validity of the relativistic Doppler equations. In fact, using an approach in line with the referenced study, it was revealed that an infinite number of frequency shift equations would satisfy the employed validation criterion. Nonetheless, it was shown that even if that claim was hypothetically accepted, then the experiment would prove nothing but a contradiction in the Special Relativity prediction. In fact, it was clearly demonstrated that the relativistic blue shift was the consequence of a time contraction, determined via the light speed postulate, leading to the relativistic Doppler formula in the case of an approaching light source. The experiment would then be confirming a relativistic time contraction. It was also shown that the classical relativity resulted in perceived time alterations leading to the classical Doppler Effect equations. The “referenced study” result could be attributed to the classical Doppler shift within 10 % difference.

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Article

Method of Equilibrium Density Matrix. Energy of Interacting Valence Electrons in Metal

1Moscow Aviation Institute, Volokolamskoe Shosse, 4, 125871, Moscow, Russia


International Journal of Physics. 2015, 3(3), 108-112
DOI: 10.12691/ijp-3-3-3
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Boris V. Bondarev. Method of Equilibrium Density Matrix. Energy of Interacting Valence Electrons in Metal. International Journal of Physics. 2015; 3(3):108-112. doi: 10.12691/ijp-3-3-3.

Correspondence to: Boris  V. Bondarev, Moscow Aviation Institute, Volokolamskoe Shosse, 4, 125871, Moscow, Russia. Email: bondarev.b@mail.ru

Abstract

In this article we apply the method of density matrices for the description of the equilibrium system of interacting electrons. Variational principle of the density matrices is used in the framework of the mean field method for research of systems of valence electrons in metals. We obtained the model Hamiltonian describing the behavior of interacting electrons, which describes all the properties of superconductors. Note that was using the Coulomb potential that acts between two electrons in the coordinate space.

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Article

Let Your Success be BIIG: A New Paradigm for Problem-Solving in Science

1Geo/Physical Sciences, Fitchburg State University, Fitchburg MA, USA


International Journal of Physics. 2015, 3(3), 113-119
DOI: 10.12691/ijp-3-3-4
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C N Hiremath. Let Your Success be BIIG: A New Paradigm for Problem-Solving in Science. International Journal of Physics. 2015; 3(3):113-119. doi: 10.12691/ijp-3-3-4.

Correspondence to: C  N Hiremath, Geo/Physical Sciences, Fitchburg State University, Fitchburg MA, USA. Email: cnhiremath@gmail.com

Abstract

Several problem-solving formats are used by the authors of various Physics textbooks. These can be best summarized as – decode, solve, and analyze. Despite the differing formats, each textbook provides an explanation for each step, however in the process it fails to clearly mention the finer details or attributes of each step in arriving at the solution. The objective of this study was to develop a streamlined process in problem-solving that enhances the students’ learning experience in science. The BIIG problem-solving strategy is a new method of approaching real-world word problems in science in a simple, rational way with clarity and sufficient depth. The thought process in the BIIG method consists of four elements represented by four letters: “B” is associated with the numbers and units, “I” is associated with the variables, next “I” is associated with the contextual information, and “G” is associated with the actual presentation of the solution. The elements described in this article can be applied to any problem-solving format, thereby making it a universal method. Based on both internal and external empirical evidence, it shows that the model is supportive for the students’ problem solving skills. The results indicate that starting with an initial interest level in Physics of only 28%, the students developed appreciation for the subject significantly (76%) and were highly satisfied with the assessment of their work (87%). The BIIG problem-solving method provides much needed skills for improving science education from K-12 schools to colleges, universities and institutions worldwide.

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Article

δ(E2/M1) and X(E0/E2)Ratios for 192-202Pt Isotopes by Using the Proton and Neutron Interacting Boson Model (IBM-2)

1Physics Department, College of Science, Babylon University

2Physics Department, College of Education, Basra University


International Journal of Physics. 2015, 3(3), 120-125
DOI: 10.12691/ijp-3-3-5
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Mohammed Abdul Kadhim Al – Sadi, Mohammed A. Al Shareefi, Abdul Ridha Hussain Subber. δ(E2/M1) and X(E0/E2)Ratios for 192-202Pt Isotopes by Using the Proton and Neutron Interacting Boson Model (IBM-2). International Journal of Physics. 2015; 3(3):120-125. doi: 10.12691/ijp-3-3-5.

Correspondence to: Mohammed  Abdul Kadhim Al – Sadi, Physics Department, College of Science, Babylon University. Email: moh_2005_ammed@yahoo.com

Abstract

The possibility of shape coexistence within the platinum isotopes, A=192- 202, and the fine structure feature have been investigated within the framework of proton neutron Interacting Boson Model. The experimental level energies, B(E2) ratios, multipole mixing ratios and values are compared with the results obtained from the IBM-2. Throughout the investigation, and transition probabilities from 0+ states in these isotopes produce an extra evidence for the shape of these nuclei.

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Article

Natural Radioactivity in Soil Samples in Nineveh Province and the Associated Radiation Hazards

1Physics Department, College of Science, Mosul Univ., Mosul, IRAQ

2Ministry of Science and Technology, Baghdad, IRAQ


International Journal of Physics. 2015, 3(3), 126-132
DOI: 10.12691/ijp-3-3-6
Copyright © 2015 Science and Education Publishing

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Laith A. Najam, Shaher A. Younis, Fouzey H. Kithah. Natural Radioactivity in Soil Samples in Nineveh Province and the Associated Radiation Hazards. International Journal of Physics. 2015; 3(3):126-132. doi: 10.12691/ijp-3-3-6.

Correspondence to: Laith  A. Najam, Physics Department, College of Science, Mosul Univ., Mosul, IRAQ. Email: Prof.lai2014@gmail.com

Abstract

The natural radioactivity due to presence of 226Ra, 232Th and 40K in soil of Nineveh zone, Nineveh province, Iraq were measured by using gamma-ray spectrometry based on high-purity germanium detector. The specific activity of soil samples ranged from 16.21 to 38.83 Bq/kg with an average of value of 32.52±6.48 Bq/kg, 8.53 to 28.37 Bq/kg with an average of 20.30±5.36 Bq/kg, 236.03 to 613.11 Bq/kg with an average of 378.93± 123.29Bq/kg, and 2.18 to 17.92 Bq/kg with an average of 8.17± 5.55 Bq/kg for 226Ra, 232Th, 40K and 137Cs respectively. The study also examine some radiation hazard indices such as Radium equivalent activity (Raeq), Absorbed gamma dose rate (D), External hazard index (Hex), Internal hazard index (Hin) and gamma index (Iγ). These calculated hazard indices to estimate the potential radiological health risk in soil. The radium equivalent activity average (Raeq) was less than the permitted value (370 Bq/kg). The average absorbed dose rate value also less than the permissible limit of 55 nGy/h. The external hazard index, internal hazard index and gamma index of soil samples were less than unity.

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Approach for Selection of a Synthesis Procedure of GeO2 Ultra-small Nano Particles and Its Characterization

1Department of physics, Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology, Howrah, India


International Journal of Physics. 2015, 3(3), 133-138
DOI: 10.12691/ijp-3-3-7
Copyright © 2015 Science and Education Publishing

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Mrinal Seal, Sampad Mukherjee. Approach for Selection of a Synthesis Procedure of GeO2 Ultra-small Nano Particles and Its Characterization. International Journal of Physics. 2015; 3(3):133-138. doi: 10.12691/ijp-3-3-7.

Correspondence to: Sampad  Mukherjee, Department of physics, Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology, Howrah, India. Email: smukherjee.besu@gmail.com

Abstract

A rigorous study of germanium oxide nano-particle synthesis is done by hydrothermal method. An optimum synthesis condition to obtain the stable and ultra-small size as of 10 nm of the material is determined by characterizing the prepared samples with X-Ray diffraction pattern analysis and TEM. The sample with smallest particle size is also characterized with HRTEM, PL and FTIR spectroscopy. The characterization results are analyzed accordingly. The most remarkable feature of the ultra small sized sample as observed is the current-voltage characteristic, which has been explained with oxygen vacancy phenomenon.

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Appraisal of a New Gravitational Constant

151A, S.P. 57, Accesso a M., 03017 Morolo Italy


International Journal of Physics. 2015, 3(4), 139-149
DOI: 10.12691/ijp-3-4-1
Copyright © 2015 Science and Education Publishing

Cite this paper:
Sandro Antonelli. Appraisal of a New Gravitational Constant. International Journal of Physics. 2015; 3(4):139-149. doi: 10.12691/ijp-3-4-1.

Correspondence to: Sandro  Antonelli, 51A, S.P. 57, Accesso a M., 03017 Morolo Italy. Email: antonelli41@live.it

Abstract

The need of extending the theory of relativity has led M.Tailherer to the hypothesis of a new fundamental equation and constant, embodying in a unique wave equation for the graviton the link between gradient of curvature and deformation of metric. As direct continuation of a preceding work, here a new assessment of the constant S in the Vortex Theory of gravitation is given in a more direct approach than 1st approximation yielding S =(2.5±1.2)E-19 m-1. Issues are concerned fitting by Maple four binary systems data, also allowing to assign a meaningful inertial mass to the graviton (5.5±2.6)E-61 Kg confirming known heuristic bounding. In Appendix an easy way of getting the vortex’s gradient formula is shown along with the whole action of the model and the description of the tide effect on a test mass with respect to a x polarized gravitational wave in the case of an asymmetric source.

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