Advanced Study on Nature of Elementary Energy Carriers

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Advanced Study on Nature of Elementary Energy Carriers

November 11, 2020 Chemical Science 0

The property of matter is characterised by mass expressing its measure of inertia, and energy is in equilibrium with the environment-the measure of motion and structural-energy c correspondence in the system. Violation by external interference of this stationary state of the system triggers the occurrence of physical and chemical processes in it, followed by energy manifestations in the form of heat, light, electricity, magnetism, etc. being released (absorbed) The motions of material substances are characterised by these phenomena. An interest in a deep understanding of the mechanism of energy transfer between material objects is to explain their existence. We may unambiguously conclude that the material existence of energy carriers must remain unchanged, according to the fundamental law of conservation of matter and energy conversion. That is, elementary particles provide the manifestation of thermal, light, electric, magnetic and other modes of energy transfer as a consequence of the process in the system. The existence of an elementary “electromagnetic particle” characterises “energy” in the atomic-molecular structure of substances. The dialectical structure of matter, based on the law of unity of the struggle of opposites, the unity of electrical and magnetic phenomena, enables one to presume the existence in the atomic-molecular structure of “electromagnetic particles” consisting of dipole components with electrical and magnetic characteristics. The transfer of electrical, chemical, thermal and other forms of energy is carried out by means of a collection of motion of ‘electromagnetic particles’ in accordance with the law of conservation of matter and conversion of energy, and the work is carried out by means of auxiliary devices and ‘working bodies’ with their guided movements under suitable conditions.

Author(s) Details

E. N. Suleimenov
Laboratory of Advanced Materials and Technology, Kazakhstan-British Technical University, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

B. T. Utelbaуev
Laboratory of Advanced Materials and Technology, Kazakhstan-British Technical University, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

A. B. Utelbaуeva
South Kazakhstan State University, M Auezov, Shymkent, Kazakhstan.

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