Asymptotic Models for Studying Kinetics of Formation of Compact Objects with Strong Internal Bonds


An asymptotic method has been developed for investigation of kinetics of formation of compact objects with strong internal bonds. The method is based on the uncertainty relation for a coordinate and a momentum in space of sizes of objects (clusters) with strongly pronounced collective quantum properties resulted from exchange interactions of various physical nature determined by spatial scales of the processes under consideration. The proposed phenomenological approach has been developed by analogy with the all-known ideas about coherent states of quantum mechanical oscillator systems for which a product of coordinate and momentum uncertainties (dispersions) accepts the value, which is minimally possible within uncertainty relations. With such an approach the leading processes are oscillations of components that make up objects, mainly: collective nucleon oscillations in a nucleus and phonon excitations in a mesostructure crystal lattice. This allows us to consider formation and growth of subatomic and mesoscopic objects in the context of a single formalism. The proposed models adequately describe characteristics of formation processes of nuclear matter clusters as well as mesoscopic crystals having covalent and quasi-covalent bonds between atoms.

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Lin, E. (2014) Asymptotic Models for Studying Kinetics of Formation of Compact Objects with Strong Internal Bonds. World Journal of Mechanics, 4, 170-196. doi: 10.4236/wjm.2014.46019.

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