Detector arrangement for detecting strings within space quanta


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2018-06-14T00:00

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WOCHNOWSKI HORST

ABSTRACT

The invention relates to a detector arrangement for detecting and detecting strings within a quantized room cell. In this case, the detector input, in particular the detector surface, in addition to the measuring interaction (this is the measurement effect of the strings on the sensitive detector surface meant) with an additional signal in the form of a one- or two- or three-dimensional array consisting of punctiform delta functions acted upon. As a result, the measurement accuracy is increased since the corresponding wave vectors are shifted toward higher wavenumbers in the associated reciprocal space. The associated evaluation algorithm combines elements of string theory and loop quantum gravity. The algorithm is based on a model in which the space is divided into the smallest, no longer subdividable units (space quantization). Such a smallest, not subdividable room unit will be referred to in the following Raumquant or (quantized) room cell. The dimensions of such a space quantum could be in the order of magnitude of the Planck length (about 10m) or even far below it. Such a space quantum can have a cuboid or cube shape. In each corner of the space quantum in each case an infinitely high and infinitely thin attractive or repulsive point-shaped potential in the form of a delta potential, the delta potentials are equidistant from each other. The delta potentials are thus arranged regularly and periodically. Thus, several space cells are separated at their corners by punctiform delta potential barriers. In each individual room cell there may be a vibratory structure or object, for example a bran or preferably a string. Thus, this model includes elements of string theory (here: the vibratory object in the form of a string) and elements of the loop quantum gravity theory (here: quantized space in the form of quantized space cells or space quanta); Thus string theory and loop quantum gravity theory are combined or even partially combined. This model can also be called a string model of space quantization (SMRQ). However, in this model, the string is described as a three-dimensional vibratory object, unlike the prior art one-dimensional vibratory structure, which can vibrate in all three spatial directions, move in a straight line, and rotate around all three spatial axes. Because of the three spatial dimensions and the three types of motion (vibration, translation, and rotation), the string used in this model has nine degrees of freedom of movement. The problem is solved by a quantum mechanical approach based on the Kronig-Penney model of solid state physics. The mathematical formalism is (almost) More... »

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