Classical Physics

1102 Submissions

[4] viXra:1102.0050 [pdf] submitted on 25 Feb 2011

Energy Transfer and Differential Entropy of Two Charged Systems that Show Potential Difference

Authors: Xianzhao Zhong
Comments: 8 pages.

In the process to combine two charged systems, potential-different systems, we testified that energy would transfer from the high-potential system to the low-potential one, during which the entropy of the two systems show corresponding changes.
Category: Classical Physics

[3] viXra:1102.0049 [pdf] submitted on 25 Feb 2011

The Partition Function Z and Lagrangian Multiplier 1/(qΦ) of a Particle-Charged System

Authors: Xianzhao Zhong
Comments: 7 pages.

In a system consisting of a large number of charged particles, the potential energy of the in-system particles satisfy probability distribution. Starting from such consideration, we defined the partition function Z and get the particles in-system distribution function Ni, and obtained the Lagrangian multiplier 1/(qΦ) by using the Lagrange's multiplication method.
Category: Classical Physics

[2] viXra:1102.0048 [pdf] submitted on 25 Feb 2011

The Potential Function and Entropy Function of a System that Carries Large Number of Charged Particles

Authors: Xianzhao Zhong
Comments: 9 pages.

If a system is consisted of a large number of charged particles, any one of the system's particles would couple with its neighbors by dissimilar strengths. Therefore, the system's particles would produce dissimilar potentials, which satisfy the probability distribution. To make the potential induced by wave number k an exact differential, we introduced the function λ. In this way, we defined the potential function Φ and entropy function S of the system.
Category: Classical Physics

[1] viXra:1102.0043 [pdf] submitted on 23 Feb 2011

Producing Matter and Energy from Time

Authors: M. Mantovani
Comments: 11 pages.

In this paper we propose a quantum field theory involving Dark Matter and Dark Energy, explaining the expansion of the Universe. The theory is presented through a Feynman diagram.
Category: Classical Physics