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Air Pollution In The Context Of Chaotic Dynamics And Quantum Physics Paradigms

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$38.00

Paper DOI

10.2495/RAV110411

Pages

12

Size

343 kb

Author(s)

A. A. Berezin, V. V. Gridin & O. V. Yusim

Abstract

Extending our previous papers (Air Pollution XIII, XVI and XVII), we discuss some physical aspects of Air Pollution (AP) and Global Air Pollution (GAP) stemming from the range of physical effects. We argue that these effects may produce a variety of chaotic and self-organizational consequences on GAP which affect the lateral dynamics and migratory mechanisms of GAP. Our prime attention is towards formation of collective states and collective excitations in AP/GAP system. We discuss same aspects of these effects in the context of chaos theory and quantum physics. We further discuss the potential purposeful structuring of electromagnetic perturbations for possible mitigation and passivation of AP effects on global and local scales. Keywords: atmosphere, air chemistry, global air pollution, electromagnetic fields, cosmic factors, quantum collective effects, chaos theory, pollution transfer, pollution singularities, passivation of air pollution.

Keywords

atmosphere, air chemistry, global air pollution, electromagnetic fields, cosmic factors, quantum collective effects, chaos theory, pollution transfer, pollution singularities, passivation of air pollution