Classical Physics

   

Brownian Movements

Authors: Nainan K. Varghese

Currently, analyses of ‘Brownian motion’ are limited to its relevance to other scientific phenomena. Observed motion of a microscopic solid particle, suspended in a liquid, is attributed to assumed random motion of liquid molecules, which is one of many assumptions of ‘kinetic theory’. There is neither a logical cause nor a mechanism nor a known mover, acting on liquid molecules. Hence, root cause of Brownian motion remains a mystery. Aim of this article is to explain a logical mechanism for random motion of molecules of liquid macro body, based on structural behavior of its matter-particles, rather than to analyse observed motion and its significance to other phenomena.

Comments: 5 Pages. Published in General Science Journal

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[v1] 31 Mar 2011
[v2] 2013-10-25 08:51:14

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