The nature and mechanisms of thermal radiation formation
This monograph studies the nature and mechanisms of thermal radiation formation. The model of thermal radiation in the triad of processes is discussed: 1) formation of elastic oscillations of the microparticles that compose the substance, 2) excitation of atoms’ and molecules’ electric oscillations as the thermal radiation source,
3) propagation of radiation in the formed as electric waves in dielectric environments. The analysis of thermal radiation nature is based on the classical atomic and molecular matter structure and ether sub-atomic structure concepts. The model of thermal radiation is proposed as a process of converting thermal energy of a thermostat microparticles stream into energy of microparticles elastic vibrations in a substances volume, which actions causes induction of the molecular electrical vibrations on the surface of the substances that are transferred to the external environment and are spread in the form of electrical waves in induction-polarization mechanism. The work proves incapacity of the hypothesis about the photon as an elementary quantum radiation particle.
The book is intended for specialists engaged in the study of the atomic-molecular matter structure and thermal radiation.