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Study of the Interactions between Particles Based in Paraquantum Logic

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Paraquantum Logic (P QL ) has its origins in the fundamental concepts of the Paraconsistent Annotated Logic (PAL) whose main feature is to be capable of treating contradictory information. In this work we presented a study of application of the P QL in resolution of phenomena of physical systems that involves the interactions between physical bodies or particles. Initially is considered that each particle or physical body that is in the physical world has a representative Lattice in the Paraquantum world. From this consideration is made a study of the phenomena of Paraquantum Entanglement modeling the interaction between particles based in fundamental concepts of the Paraquantum Logic. The mathematical relationships of representative Lattices of the Paraquantum Logic originate models with values that are identified with some physical constants. In this work these paraquantum values are identified with the Universal constant of Gravity, proposed by Newton, and the constant K, that relates the Interaction Force in charged particles in the Coulomb’s Law. The results showed that the Paraquantum Logical Model elaborated starting from the fundamental concepts of the Paraquantum Logic (P QL ) is adequate to support theories based in a Paraquantum Universe built by an infinite amount of Lattices and forming a Paraquantum net of infinite dimensions.

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J. Filho, "Study of the Interactions between Particles Based in Paraquantum Logic," Journal of Modern Physics, Vol. 3 No. 5, 2012, pp. 362-376. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2012.35051.

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