Relation of Matter-wave Verified in Diffusion Theory

Physics, De Broglie hypothesis

  • Takahisa Okino Department of Applied Mathematics, Faculty of Science & Engineering, Oita University 700 Danoharu, Oita City, Oita Prefecture, Japan https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0931-8667
Keywords: De broglie hypothesis, Schreadinger equation, Markov Process, Diffusion equation

Abstract

Investigating the elementary process of diffusion yielded the universal expression of diffusivity relevant to the angular momentum of each microparticle in a material. Using the diffusivity obtained then for the diffusion equation, the wave equation of Schreadinger was theoretically derived from the physical concept in Newton mechanics. The derivation itself reveals that any moving microparticle has the wave image as an intrinsic nature. It was theoretically revealed that the relation having been accepted as a hypothesis proposed by De Broglie is really valid for any moving microparticle and also that another relation of matter-wave is possible. The new diffusion theory based on the matter-wave will be useful for further development of the nanotechnology in materials science.

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Author Biography

Takahisa Okino, Department of Applied Mathematics, Faculty of Science & Engineering, Oita University 700 Danoharu, Oita City, Oita Prefecture, Japan
Biography of Prof. Takahisa Okino

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Prof. Takahisa Okino is Professor emeritus of Oita University in Japan. He has researched the fundamental problems of microparticles in relation to the diffusion phenomena after retirement. The present paper is one of his life works. The problems discussed here are dominant and fundamental ones relevant to the De Broglie hypothesis and the Fick laws.

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Published
2019-10-07
How to Cite
Okino, T. (2019). Relation of Matter-wave Verified in Diffusion Theory. International Journal of Fundamental Physical Sciences (IJFPS), 9(3), 48-54. https://doi.org/10.14331/ijfps.2019.330131
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