Chapter 8. Thermal photons. Molecule recoil in photon emission
Leonov V. S. Quantum Energetics. Volume 1. Theory of Superunification. Cambridge International Science Publishing, 2010, 583-602 pages.
In the development of quantum thermodynamics in the Superunification theory it was necessary to deal with the paradox contradicting classic approaches. It has been established that atom recoil in photon emission is inversely proportional to photon energy. The strongest recoil is characteristic of thermal low-energy photons. This result is explained by the special feature of the two-rotor structure of the photon – the compound and inseparable part of the quantised space-time. The electrical rotor of the photon induces an electrical field in the quantised space-time which, acting on the charge of the atom nucleus, produces a momentum, ensuring a recoil of the atom (molecule) and their oscillations. The atom (molecule) is repulsed from the electrically polarised quantised space-time and not from the photon. Only in this case can calculations produce the results corresponding to the actual processes and eliminate the existing energy paradox.
8.1. Energy paradox in atom recoil
8.2. Classic approach to calculating the atom recoil
8.3. Method of calculating atom (molecule) recoil in photon emission
8.4. Energy balance of the atom in photon emission
8.5. Nature of thermal oscillations
8.6. High temperature superconductivity
8.7. Leonov's task