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Emergence and Size of Finite Physical Waves

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Real physical waves are relatively stable finite coherent perturbations of a basic chaotic medium. Here we show how the emergence of the finite waves may happen out of a chaotic medium. Furthermore we derive the relationship between the dimension of the finite wave and its frequency allowing the determination of the basic constant M relating the size of the wave with the wavelength.
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Keywords: BASIC CONSTANT M; EURHYTHMIC PHYSICS; FINITE WAVES; NONLINEAR QUANTUM PHYSICS; QUANTUM PHYSICS; THE CONCEPT OF FREQUENCY

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: June 1, 2015

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  • QUANTUM MATTER is a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal consolidating research activities in all theoretical, experimental and technological aspects dealing with fundamental structure of matter from cosmology to materials science.
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