Quantum Physics

   

Deterministic Theory of the Tunnel Effect in the Esaki Junction

Authors: Daniele Sasso

In scientific literature the Esaki junction is considered a typical system of quantum physics and its behavior is explained with the theory of probability. In this article we prove that the functioning of the Esaki junction can be explained very well without making use of the theory of probability but only by means of deterministic physical reasonings. This research is the first step in order to show that it is possible to think on a theory of quantum physics which is able to leave probability aside for a complete and exhaustive understanding of physical phenomena which happen in the microphysical world.

Comments: 8 pages, 9 figures.

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[v1] 15 Mar 2011

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