Scaling properties of quantum mechanical equations, working as the framework of relativity: Applications drawn by a unique architecture, matter is made of
Based on the principal proofs we have provided in a previous article, herein we draw a unique quantum mechanical architecture, matter is made of. We call it “universal matter architecture” (UMA). It is this architecture that principally works as the internal machinery of the end results of the special theory of relativity, were the object brought to a uniform translational motion, or that of the end results of the general theory of relativity, were the object at hand embedded in a gravitational field, in effect, any field the object can interact with. Herein effort is devoted particularly to disclose UMA, chiefly on the basis of the structure of diatomic molecules, which well yields an unequal systematization of these molecules, in fact, also that of polyatomic molecules. We show how UMA provides with the opportunity of resuming the mysterious retardation of the bound muon decay rate. It is further amazing that a gas made of billion times billion times billion molecules is also structured in accordance with the matter architecture we disclose.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: March 5, 2014
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