(v3) Phonon as carrier of electromagnetic interaction between vibrating lattice and electron and its role in electron-pairing
by Qiang LI, Partner at Jinheng Law Firm on Aug 13, 2010
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With emphasis on time-dependency of electron-lattice system, we suggest the fallacy of presumed quantization in the context of electron-lattice system and propose the definition of phonons as carriers ...
With emphasis on time-dependency of electron-lattice system, we suggest the fallacy of presumed quantization in the context of electron-lattice system and propose the definition of phonons as carriers of electromagnetic interaction between electrons and vibrating lattice. We have investigated behaviors of electron-lattice system relating to “measured” energy, identified non-stationary steady state of electrons engaging in “electron pairing by virtual stimulated transitions”, recognized some origins of binding energy of electron pairs in crystals, and explained the state of electrons under pairing. Moreover, we have recognized the behavior and role of threshold phonon, which exists in electron pairing and is released by the electron from excited state, and have recognized the redundancy of the threshold phonon when the electrons under pairing have entered non-stationary steady state. We have also studied the effect of the stability of lattice wave on the evolution of the function of transition probability and on the stability of phonon-mediated electron pairs, the competition among multiple pairings associated with one same ground state, and determination of presence/absence of superconductivity by such competition.
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