International Journal of Reciprocal Symmetry and Theoretical Physics
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<div id="i-scholarabout">International Journal of Reciprocal Symmetry and Theoretical Physics (ISSN 2308-0809) is an open-access, peer-reviewed journal. It publishes original research papers, comments and brief reviews in all aspects of theoretical and mathematical physics, with accentuation on some emerging fields IJRSTP features reports on current developments in theoretical physics as well as on related mathematical problems.</div>Asian Business Consortiumen-USInternational Journal of Reciprocal Symmetry and Theoretical Physics2308-0809Ambiguity in Lorentz Transformation and Reciprocal Symmetric Transformation as the Answer
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We have shown that successive Lorentz transformations (LT) lead to ambiguous values for time and space, because of Wigner rotation and associated non associativity of LT. We have proposed a reciprocal symmetric transformation (RST) which gives unique values for time and space. RST also gives a rotation comparable to Wigner rotation. RST is complex. We have shown that the imaginary part corresponds to spin of Dirac electron.Mushfiq Ahmad1Bound States in the Compactified Gravity
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A potential of pointlike mass in the partially compactified multidimensional space is considered. The problem is reduced to the multidimensional Poisson equation with the Dirac comb source in r.h.s. Explicit solutions are built in the cases of 2D and 4D spaces with one compact dimension. The last example of the potential is used in the Schrodinger equation. Bound states of a gravitating test particle on 3D brane of 4D compactified space are studied by means of various approximate methods.Askold Duviryak1The Number of Vector Partitions of <i>n</i> (Counted According to the Weight) with the Crank <i>m</i>
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This article shows how to find all vector partitions of any positive integral values of <em>n</em>, but only all vector partitions of 4, 5 and 6 are shown by algebraically. These must be satisfied by the definitions of crank of vector partitions.Sabuj DasHaradhan Kumar Mohajan1Elemental Profile Studies of Some Soil Samples Using Particle Induced X-Ray Emission (PIXE) Technique
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In this work Proton-Induced X-ray Emission (PIXE) technique has been employed for the determination of elemental concentration of soil samples. PIXE analyses have been carried out using a 2.5 MeV proton beam generated with the aid of the 3 MV tandem accelerator of the Institute Nuclear Science and Technology, Atomic Energy Research Establishment, Savar, Dhaka. The X-ray and particle spectra were processed using MAESTRO software and GUPIX software. The elements identified in the soil samples using PIXE were K: 6040.33, Ca: 2018.07, Ti: 3826.5, V: 188, Cr: 1472.22, Mn: 482.37, Fe: 33330.17, Co: 738.47, Ni: 480.95, Cu: 464.42 and Zn: 2144.93 ppm respectively. The legitimacy of the method was done by analyzing Standard Reference Material IAEA soil standard 2586 and found to be compatible. PIXE is a multi element systematic technique used for the determination of major, minor and trace elements in the range of parts per million (ppm).Shirin AkterM. Monjur AhasanMd. Joynal AbedinRajada KhatunAshrafun Nahar Monika1Effects of Hexavalent Chromium Exposures and Control Measures through Phytoremediation
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Chromium is a mineral that humans require in trace amounts, although its mechanisms of action in the body and the amounts needed for optimal health are not well defined. It is found primarily in two forms trivalent chromium (Cr<sup>3+</sup>), which is biologically active and found in food and hexavalent chromium (Cr<sup>6+</sup>), a toxic form that result from industrial pollution. The present view shows phytoremediation technology and its applications used for controlling the heavy metal pollution including hexavalent chromium exposures from tannery and other industries.K. KarthikP. S. SharavananV. Arivalagan1Electric Field Controlled Magnetic Properties in Diluted Magnetic Semiconductor
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We report the effect of external electric field (EEF) on the magnetic properties of Mn<sub>x</sub>Ge<sub>1-x</sub>, diluted magnetic semiconductor (DMS). We present a Kondo Lattice Model (KLM) type Hamiltonian with exchange coupling between localized spins, itinerant holes and the EEF. The magnetization, the dispersion and critical temperature (T<sub>c</sub>) are calculated for different values of EEF parameters (α) using double time temperature dependent Green function formalism. The enhancement of the (T<sub>c</sub>) with the EEF is shown to be a very distinct and is in agreement with recent experimental observation and much required for spintronics applications and devices.Gezahegn AssefaP. Singh1Gravitational Collapse of a Massive Star and Black Hole Formation
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This paper discusses the final fate of a gravitationally collapse of a massive star and the black hole formation. If the mass of a star exceeds Chandrasekhar limit then it must undergo gravitational collapse. This happens when the star has exhausted its nuclear fuel. As a result a space-time singularity is formed. It is conjectured that singularities must be hidden behind the black hole region which is called the cosmic censorship hypothesis. It has not been possible, to obtain a proof despite many attempts to establish the validity of cosmic censorship and it remains an open problem. An attempt has been taken here to describe causes of black hole formation and nature of singularities therein with easier mathematical calculations.Haradhan Kumar Mohajan1Armenian Theory of Special Relativity (Illustrated)
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The aim of this current article is to illustrate in detail Armenian relativistic formulas and compare them with Lorentz relativistic formulas so that readers can easily differentiate these two theories and visualize how general and rich our Armenian Theory of Special Relativity really is with a spectacular build in asymmetry. Then we are going behind this comparison and illustrating that build in asymmetry inside Armenian Theory of Special Relativity is reincarnating the aether as a universal reference medium, which is not contrary to relativity theory. We mathematically proved the existence of aether and we show how to extract infinite energy from the time-space or sub-atomic aether medium. Our theory explains all these facts and peacefully brings together followers of absolute aether theory, relativistic aether theory or followers of dark matter theory. We just need to mention also that the absolute aether medium has a very complex geometric character, which has never been seen before. We are explaining why NASA's earlier "BPP" and DARPA's "Casimir Effect Enhancement" programs failed. We are also stating that the time is right to reopen NASA's BPP program and fuel the spacecrafts using the everywhere existing aether asymmetric momentum force.Robert NazaryanHaik Nazaryan1