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Diffusive mechanism for a small mass of composite particles and new perspectives for preon models 

 Zahid Zakir [1]


   In the diffusion of cold light gas in warm heavy gas, initially and far before the relaxation, the thermal velocities of light and heavy atoms are the same order and the light gas remains cold, and mean energies of its particles are approximately conserved. The description of such conservative diffusion is analogous to the formalism of quantum mechanics, and quantum mechanics appears as a description of such diffusion of a particle in a physical vacuum, where the diffusion coefficient is proportional to the Planck constant inverse proportional to the mass. The growth of the diffusion flux in the localization of particles leads to an increase in the osmotic pressure, which reveals the “microscopic mechanism” of the uncertainty relations and allows us to identify cases where the prohibitions imposed by them can be circumvented, in particular, to solve the mass paradox for composite particles in the preon models. If two light particles (atoms) with different masses began to diffuse at distances much greater than the mean free path, then the diffusion mechanism prevents them from further joining and as more energy must be expended to form a composite particle, as smaller the final volume of localization. However, if these particles were initially located at a distance less than the mean free path and during a time shorter than the free pass time they formed a bound state (the atoms joined in the molecule), then this composite particle (molecule) diffuses as other light particles (atoms), but with a mass slightly less than the total mass of the initial particles.

PACS: 12.60.Rc, 12.60.Nz, 03.65.Ta, 05.30.Ch, 05.40.Jc

Keywords: composite models, technicolor, quantum mechanics, conservative diffusion

Vol. 11, No 1, p. 1 – 11, v1,     May 1, 2016
Electron.: TPAC: 5200-041 v1,    May 1, 2016    DOI: 10.9751/TPAC.5600-042