Mastrocinque, Giuseppe Inelastic transition probabilities by the energy fluctuation model. In: XC Congresso Nazionale S.I.F.-Società Italiana di Fisica, Settembre 2004, Brescia. (Inedito)

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Titolo: Inelastic transition probabilities by the energy fluctuation model
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Mastrocinque, Giuseppemastroci@unina.it
Numero di pagine: 17
Dipartimento: Scienze fisiche
Tipo di evento: Congresso
Titolo dell'evento: XC Congresso Nazionale S.I.F.-Società Italiana di Fisica
Luogo dell'evento: Brescia
Data dell'evento: Settembre 2004
Numero di pagine: 17
Parole chiave: Classical vs Quantum mechanics; Energy fluctuations and mass effect
Informazioni aggiuntive: Elaborato per una comunicazione dell'autore alla Società Italiana di Fisica, XC Congresso Nazionale, Brescia 2004, Sez. VI. Inedito
Depositato il: 07 Feb 2012 15:30
Ultima modifica: 30 Apr 2014 19:46
URI: http://www.fedoa.unina.it/id/eprint/8487

Abstract

The energy fluctuation model provides a typical expression for transition probabilities in inelastic molecular collisions, based on the definition of both a collision entropy and a density of energy states encountered in these processes. By this model, advances have already been made to improve physical understanding and consistency between classical mechanics results and quantum ones. In this work, we show practically that a semi-classically-calculated probability can always be dealt with in such a way as to result in the corresponding quantum expression. To this purpose, we assume (parametrically-evaluated) prototype functions for the entropy and density of states, and show that their forms are correlated to the energy time-law occurring in a single process. An ergodic-like property of the model is enlightened, a numerical example is provided, and general physical discussion is given step by step in the paper.

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