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I'm PhD student of computational solid state physics. I'm mostly interested in molecular electronics. In spare time I'm interested in computer game development, computer graphics and painting.

I'm a big fan pf of aeronautics, astronautics, military technology and high performance computing.


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revised General relation between power density of any engine and dissiapation rate and temperature
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asked General relation between power density of any engine and dissiapation rate and temperature
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asked What is the limit for the size of a galaxy?
Feb
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revised a question regarding Fourier transform in electron microscopy
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20
answered a question regarding Fourier transform in electron microscopy
Feb
20
asked Energy conservation if photon absorbed below resonance
Feb
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revised Antimatter production using normal matter rest mass
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Feb
14
comment Antimatter production using normal matter rest mass
ah, yes, but just 0.5 MeV :-( less than many nuclear reactions. I was thinking about some process which if combined with anihilation will convert to energy considerable share of rest mass of the source of normal matter.
Feb
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asked Antimatter production using normal matter rest mass
Feb
14
comment Matter - Antimatter Reactory Practicality
OK, but question is if there is some possibility to produce antimatter by some other process than just by inverse aniholation. i.e. use some combaination of normal matter particles and use it's rest mass to produce antimatter whele satisfying all conservation laws. e.g. for example create some anti-taouon from taouon 2 positrions and 4 anti neutrinos.
Feb
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Feb
12
comment Complex structures bound by nuclear forces ( nuclear molecules ?)
in chemical molecules the interactions are also rather short-ranged ( e.g. just nearest neighbour interaction in LCAO Hamiltonian are enought to describe 90% of binding energy ). This does not limit the long range order.
Feb
12
revised Complex structures bound by nuclear forces ( nuclear molecules ?)
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Feb
12
asked Complex structures bound by nuclear forces ( nuclear molecules ?)
Feb
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asked Nuclear fusion ignited by neutron capture
Nov
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asked Electron transmission in Landauer formalism: why just imaginary part?
Oct
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accepted Jupiter radiation belt: where >MeV particles comes from?
Oct
26
comment Jupiter radiation belt: where >MeV particles comes from?
So in summary, (If I understand correctly) movement of large amount of slower particles (plasma) produce EM waves which than accelerate some particles to high energy (?). To me it sounds quite counter-intuitive, that the thermodynamic system actually concentrates (rather than dissipates) energy here. But probably it is not so rare - e.g. like sea waves in shorebreak accelerate some droplets to much higher velocity than is velocity of the wave itself.
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