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Ph. M. Kanarev


The Second Edition
Internet Version, Published 28.02.2003

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Translated from Russian by A.I. Kostina

( Figures:  107; Tables:  48; physical and chemical  equations:  315)


 The new axiomatic of natural sciences is given in the book; on its basis, quantum physics and quantum chemistry have been returned to the classical way of development. The first steps are made on this way, which have led to discovery of the structure of the photon, the electron,  and the principle of the formation  of  the atomic nuclei, the atoms and the molecules.  

            The Planck’s Law of radiation of perfect blackbody is given on the basis of classical concepts, and the connection of quantum phenomena with the laws of classical physics is proved.

           The application of the new theoretical results to the solution of practical energy tasks on the basis of plasma electrolysis of water is shown. Due to this electrolysis, additional heat energy generated as well as hydrogen and oxygen are the energy containing gases. Cold Nuclear T
ransmutation of the atomic nuclei of alkaline metals and the atomic nuclei of the cathode material takes place during plasma electrolysis of water.

The book is intended for physicists, chemists and other specialists who are seeking the new directions for understanding the foundations of the micro world and the new energy sources.

       Best Regards,

        Philipp Kanarev

Copyright 2003 Kanarev Ph. M.
E-mail: kanphil@mail.kuban.ru




1. Exact Sciences at the Border of Millennia

2. Brief Analysis of the State of Quantum Physics
2.1. General     
2.2. The Main Causes of Crisis and the First Steps of Way out

3. Axiomatic of Exact Sciences
3.1. Brief Analysis of the State of the Problem
3.2. Definition of the Notions, which Characterize Primary Elements of the Universe
3.3. Axioms of Natural Science      
3.4. Postulates of Natural Science      
3.5. Discussion of Results   

4. Axiom of Space-Matter-Time Unity

5. Photon Model Search 
5.1. Direction of Search
5.2. Photon is a Carrier of Energy and Information    
5.3. Photon Model Structure     
5.4. Derivation of the Mathematical Models Describing Behaviour of the Photon
5.5. Kinematics of the Photon     
5.6. On the Way of Electrodynamics of the Photon     
5.7. Analysis of Experimental Results    
5.8. Analysis of  Space of Contortion and  the Black Hole Formation
5.9. Analysis of  Michelson-Morley  Experiments    
5.10. Doppler Effect.
5.10.1. General    
5.10.2. The Relativistic Interpretation of the Doppler Effect
5.10.3. Classical Interpretation of the Doppler Effect
5.11. Is the Universe Being Expended?       
5.12. Brief Conclusion   

6. Model of the Electron
6.1. General Data on Electron    
6.2. Orbital Motion of the Electron in the atom  
6.3. The model of electron is as a ring  
6.4. Toroidal Model of the Electron      

7. The Law of the Radiation of  the Perfect Blackbody is the Law of Classical Physics
7.1. General .
7.2. Theoretic part      
7.3. Classical Derivation of the Law of the Radiation of the Perfect  Blackbody

8. Theory of Spectra of the Atoms and the Ions
8.1. Spin of the Photon and the Electron  
8.2. Calculation of the Spectrum of Hydrogen Atom   
8.3. Calculation of the Spectra of Hydrogen-like Atoms
8.4. Calculation of the Spectrum of Helium Atom  
8.5. Calculation of the Spectrum of Lithium Atom      
8.6. Calculation of the Spectrum of Beryllium Atom       
8.7. Calculation of the Spectrum of the First Boron Atom  
8.8. Spectra of Valence Electrons of Some Atoms of Chemical  Elements  
8.9. The New Interpretation of Photo effect  

9. Models of Atomic Nuclei of Chemical Elements
9.1. General Data on Atomic Nuclei
9.2. On Model of the Proton       
9.3. On Model of the Neutron        
9.4. Diagrams of Nuclei of Hydrogen Atom     
9.5. Diagrams of Nuclei of Helium Atom      
9.6. Structure of Nucleus of Lithium Atom       
9.7. Structure of Nucleus of Beryllium Atom       
9.8. Diagram of Nucleus of Boron Atom     
9.9. Diagrams of Nucleus of Carbon Atom       
9.10. Structure of Nucleus of Nitrogen Atom       
9.11. Structure of Nucleus of Oxygen Atom     
9.12. Diagram of Nucleus of Fluorine Atom     
9.13. Diagram of Nucleus of Neon Atom     
9.14. Diagram of Nucleus of Sodium Atom     
9.15. Diagram of Nucleus of Magnesium Atom
9.16. Structure of Nucleus of Aluminium Atom
9.17. Structure of Nucleus of Silicon Atom     
9.18. Structure of Nucleus of  Phosphorus Atom    
9.19. Structure of Nucleus of  Sculpture Atom     
9.20. Structure of Nucleus of Chlorine Atom     
9.21. Structure of Nucleus of Argon Atom  
9.22. Structure of Nucleus of Potassium Atom     
9.23. Structure of Nucleus of Calcium Atom     
9.24. Structure of Nucleus of Scandium Atom    
9.25. Structure of Nucleus of Titanium Atom       
9.26. Structure of Nucleus of Vanadium Atom     
9.27. Structure of Nucleus of Chromium Atom     
9.28. Structure of Nucleus of Manganese Atom       
9.29. Structure of Nucleus of Iron Atom       
9.30. Structure of Nucleus of Cobalt Atom     
9.31. Structure of Nucleus of Nickel Atom     
9.32. Structure of Nucleus of Copper  Atom  
9.32. Brief Conclusions       

10. Models of Atoms and Molecules
10.1. General        
10.2. Structure of Hydrogen Atom  
10.3. Models of Hydrogen Molecule     
10.4. Structure of Helium Nucleus and Atom
10.5. Structure of Lithium Atom       
10.6. Structure of Beryllium Atom
10.7. Structure of Boron Atom     
10.8. Structure of Carbon Atom      
10.9. Structure of Nitrogen Atom     
10.10. Structure of Oxygen Nucleus and Atom
10.11. Structure of Water Molecule     
10.12. Structure of Ammonia Molecule      
10.13. Energy Balance of Fusion Process of Molecules of Oxygen,  Hydrogen, and Water  
10.14. Energetic of Chemical Bonds of the Ozone Molecule    

11. New Theory of Electrolysis of Water
11.1. Contradictions of Existing Theory of Electrolysis of Water    
11.2. Models of Water Molecules and its Ions  
11.3. New Theory of  low voltage  Process  of Water Electrolysis    
11.4. Power of Chemical Bonds of Water Molecule
11.5. Clusters and their Binding Energies

12. Plasma Electrolysis of Water
12.1. Plasma Electrolytic Process
12.1.1. Physical Models of the Process
12.1.2. Chemical Model of the Process
12.2. Diagrams of Models of Plasma Electrolytic Reactors    
12.3. Laws  of  Change of Voltage, Current and Power in Power Supply  Circuit of Plasma Electrolytic Process
12.4. Protocol of Control Experiments    
12.5. Results of Fine Plasma Experiments      
12.6. Plasma Electrolytic Reactor as Gas Generator     

13. Cold Nuclear Fusion during Electrolysis of Water

14. Water is a Source of Electric Energy
14.1. Common
14.2. Fuel Cell Efficacy

15. Law of Conservation of Moment of Momentum



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