Cellular Automata (CA) are represented at an effective level as intrinsic periodic phenomena, classical in the essence, reproducing the complete coherence (perfect recurrences) associated to pure quantum behaviours in condensed matter systems. By means of this approach it is possible to obtain a consistent, novel derivation of SuperConductivity (SC) essential phenomenology and of the peculiar quantum behaviour of electrons in graphene physics and Carbon Nanotubes (CNs), in which electrons cyclic dynamics simulate CA. In this way we will derive, from classical arguments, the essential electronic properties of these or similar graphene systems, such as energy bands and density of states. Similarly, in the second part of the paper, we will derive the fundamental phenomenology of SC by means of fundamental quantum dynamics and geometrical considerations, directly derived from the CA evolution law, rather than on empirical microscopical characteristics of the materials as in the standard approaches. This allows for a novel heuristic interpretation of the related gauge symmetry breaking and of the occurrence of high temperature superconductivity by means of simple considerations on the competition of quantum recurrence and thermal noise.
|Titolo:||Testing cellular automata interpretation of quantum mechanics in carbon nanotubes and superconductivity|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2015|
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