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Title: On the Water Quantum Properties in Meteorology
Authors: Institute of Hydrometeorology of Georgian Technical University, Tbilisi, Georgia
Tatishvili, M.
Keywords: Natural Disasters in the 21st Century: Monitoring, Prevention, Mitigation;Proceedings;quantum transportation;interaction potential;cloud medium;dispersion matrix;microphysical processes
Issue Date: 2021
Citation: International Scientific Conference „Natural Disasters in the 21st Century: Monitoring, Prevention, Mitigation“. Proceedings, ISBN 978-9941-491-52-8, Tbilisi, Georgia, December 20-22, 2021. Publish House of Iv. Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Tbilisi, 2021, pp. 51 - 55.
Abstract: The interaction of light (photon) and cloud particles according main quantum assumption that system internal energy is composed by bound microparticles (cluster) under certain conditions can obtain allowed discrete significances has been discussed in the article. The objective is to calculate the transition probability from one state into another caused by inner forces or any internal processes. The cluster may be presented as multipole system. The some peculiarities of microstructure of cloud formations have been discussed using quantum disperse forces or Van-Der-Vaals forces that are typical for water particles. To obtain the expression for interaction potential the wave functions of basic and exited states of clusters and dispersion matrix have been introduced describing by virtual photon. It has been turned out that virtual photon interaction causes potential holes and barriers that are decreased by height and width. The isolated long wave quant may be the radiation that is generated throughout observed microphysical processes.
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