Nuclear and Atomic Physics


Heterodyne Resonance Mechanism in a Transient Process in Plasma. Experimental Study and Spectra

Authors: Stoyan Sarg

The Heterodyne Resonance Mechanism (HRM) is predicted in the Basic Structures of Matter – Supergravitation Unified Theory (BSM-SG). The HRM effect takes place in a transient process of plasma. Neutral plasma in self-oscillation mode with optical signature of glow discharge emits EM radiation in a broad spectral range. The spectrum is comprised of discrete frequencies; however it is different from the atomic and molecular spectra. According to the BSM-SG models, the EM emission is caused by synchronised spin-flips of the electrons involved in ion-electron pairs. The ion-electron pairs are similar to some experimentally observed Rydberg matter, while possessing unknown so far features. The observed discrete spectra are in the radio-frequency MHz range. The analysis leads to the conclusion that HRM takes place in the lightning in the troposphere and in the ionosphere. This provides explanation for the strong EM radiation emitted from lightnings that causes disturbance in the sensitive electronic devices and radio communications. Further study on the HRM effect may lead to technological recommendations for protection of sensitive electronics.

Comments: 11 Pages. neutral plasma, glow discharge spectrum, Rydberg matter

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[v1] 2019-03-28 08:38:28
[v2] 2019-04-13 08:59:33

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