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 JMP  Vol.5 No.3 , February 2014
Cluster Model of Formation of Subnuclear and Subatomic Objects
Abstract: The paper describes the development results on one-dimensional (1D) asymptotic model of the formation kinetics for the objects (clusters) of subnuclear (quark) and subatomic (nuclear) matters. A concept of the objects distribution density wave φ(a, t) in space of sizes a lies in the basis for analytical description of the processes under consideration. The proposed formalism makes it possible to describe in an adequate way the final outcomes of the well-known catastrophic phenomena in the world of elementary particles. Mass characteristics of different processes of approach to equilibrium in nuclear reactions are calculated.
Cite this paper: Lin, E. (2014) Cluster Model of Formation of Subnuclear and Subatomic Objects. Journal of Modern Physics, 5, 107-111. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2014.53018.
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