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Matter Structuring and Fundamental Constants of Physics

Edward Kapuscik1,2 1Department of Physics and Applied Informatics, University of Lodz, Pomorska str., 149/153, 90 236 Lodz, Poland
Март 2015
Опубликовано 2015-03-28 13:00

Kapucik Edward



Abstract: It is generally believed that all fundamental constants are the same everywhere. The experience with the variable velocity of light suggests however that such a belief may not be justified. In spite of that the possibility that the Planck constant may be different at different scales and at different places of our Universe never was discussed. Since the constancy in space of the Planck constant cannot be checked in direct experiments the only way of proving its constancy orvariability is to consider theories which allow to vary this fundamental constant.The comparising of the derived results with the corresponding results of standardquantum mechanics solves then the problem. In the talk we present an approach to quantum mechanics which allows to vary the Planck constant. Due to troubles with exact solutions our results have approximate character only. The possible consequences for practical nanotechnology, for theories of many-electron atoms and for large scale structures of the Universe are discussed.


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для публикции в newconcepts статья представлена автором 12.18.2014

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