8. I. I. Guseinov, Combined open shell Hartree–Fock theory of atomic and molecular systems constructed from noncharged scalar nuclear Fermi particles. II. Fermi particles with rest mass m ≠ 1

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Volume 28: Pages 179-181, 2015

Combined open shell Hartree–Fock theory of atomic and molecular systems constructed from noncharged scalar nuclear Fermi particles. II. Fermi particles with rest mass m ≠ 1

I. I. Guseinova)

Department of Physics, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Onsekiz Mart University, Çanakkale 60100, Turkey

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n this study, using complete sets of noncharged scalar basic functions defined in Hilbert spaces for Standard model-nuclear Fermi (SM-NF) particles with m ≠ 1, where m is the rest mass of these particles, the combined Hartree–Fock theory is presented for multideterminantal single configuration states with any number of open and closed shells of atomic-molecular systems. We note that the origin of stability of these systems is the quantum self-frictional forces produced by the SM-NF particles themselves. As an application, the dependence of the quantum self-frictional potentials and forces as a function of the distance from nucleus is investigated.

 

Dans cette étude, en utilisant des ensembles complets de fonctions de base scalaires non chargés définies dans les espaces de Hilbert pour le Modèle-nucléaire Standard de Fermi (SM-NF) avec des particules   m ≠ 1 , où est la masse au repos de ces particules, la théorie de Hartree-Fock (HF) combinée est présentée pour les états multideterminantals de configuration simples avec un certain nombre de coquilles ouvertes et fermées de systèmes moléculaires atomique. Nous notons que l'origine de la stabilité de ces systèmes est les forces d'auto-friction quantique produites par le SM-NF particules elles-mêmes. Comme application, la dépendance des potentiels et des forces auto-friction quantique en fonction de la distance du noyau est étudiée.

 

Key words: Standard Model; Hartree–Fock Theory; Self-Frictional Forces; Noncharged Scalar Particles.

 

Received: June 25, 2014; Accepted: April 9, 2015; Published Online: April 25, 2015

 

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