Real time novel observations of net quantum magnetism in macroscopic matter with a nanomagnetic ferrolens and emulation and extrapolation of a spin relativistic electromagnetic flux manifold fiber model for the quantum magnet (electron at rest)


A new physical quantum optic nanomagnetic device and qualitative scientific tool for visualizing in real time net quantum magnetism in macroscopic matter was introduced for the first time to Academia and the general science and research community, conceptualized its operation and methodology, and analyzed its results by the author of this thesis starting back at the year 2017. Subsequently, the following years up today, extensive pioneering research without any other existing specific literature in the subject since this was something totally new, was published by the thesis author and co authors establishing the related literature for this particular new scientific tool for making visible magnetic fields. The device which its academic name was coined by the thesis author as ferrolens in the literature, besides its research applications can have many potential applications in the industry and has the unique feature apart from the other well known methods and devices like SQUID Scannin ...
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Πρότυπες παρατηρήσεις και μελέτη σε πραγματικό χρόνο του συνιστάμενου κβαντικού μαγνητισμού σε μακροσκοπική ύλη με τον νανομαγνητικό φεροφακό ferrolens και προεκβολή και εξομοίωση ενός σχετικιστικού μοντέλου στροφορμής πολλαπλών ινών ηλεκτρομαγνητικής ροής για τον Κβαντικό Μαγνήτη (ηλεκτρόνιο σε ηρεμία)
Markoulakis, Emmanouil (Father's name: Nikolaos)
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Αντωνιδάκης Εμμανουήλ
Χατζάκης Ιωάννης
Κωνσταντάρας Αντώνιος
Ταταράκης Μιχαήλ
Καλιακάτσος Ιωάννης
Κόκκινος Ευάγγελος
Πετρίδης Κωνσταντίνος
Natural SciencesPhysical Sciences ➨ Condensed Matter Physics
Natural SciencesPhysical Sciences ➨ Particles and fields physics
Engineering and TechnologyElectrical Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Information Engineering ➨ Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Electromagnetism; Condensed matter physics; Quantum optics; Mesoscopic; Physics Instrumentation; Elementary particle physics; Electrons; Fine structure constant; Nanomagnetism
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