## To definition of the phase velocity in the field of sea surface waves

## To definition of the phase velocity in the field of sea surface waves

### K. V. Pokazeev$^1$, A. S. Zapevalov$^2$

The features of determining the phase velocities of sea waves due to the presence of dominant wave harmonics and the difference in the spreading functions of free wave and harmonics are analyzed. It is shown that the phase spectrum in the field of sea waves changes nonlinearly with increasing distance between the points for which it is calculated. As a consequence, phase velocity estimates are a function of distance. It is shown that deviations of phase velocity estimates from the linear theory depend on the stage of wave field development.

Show Abstract## Sharp small-scale perturbations of the fringes at the interference of dispersed laser beams with a broad spectrum

## Sharp small-scale perturbations of the fringes at the interference of dispersed laser beams with a broad spectrum

### O. M. vokhnik$^1$, V. I. Odintsov$^2$

The interference of two dispersed laser speckle fields with a large spectrum width is investigated by numerical simulation. Local small-scale disturbances of interference fringes accompanied by a sharp drop in the contrast of the interference pattern are found. It is shown that these perturbations occur in the regions of the large phase gradient and the small module of the mutual coherence function of the overlapping interfering fields. The analytical description of small-scale disturbances is given and the probability of their occurrence is estimated

Show Abstract## On the measurement of the ratio of the gravitational mass of an electron to its inert mass

## On the measurement of the ratio of the gravitational mass of an electron to its inert mass

### I. P. Denisova, M. G. Gapochka, A. F. Korolev, N. N. Koshelev, E. T. Einiev

The motion of an electron in the experiment of Witteborn and Fairbank is considered. It is shown that only when using weakly relativistic or relativistic electrons the gravitational force acting on an electron is not compensated by the Barnhill-Schiff force, and the acceleration acquired by this electron in the gravitational field of the Earth is proportional to the ratio of its passive gravitational mass to the inert mass. Therefore, to measure this ratio it is necessary to carry out experiments with relativistic or weakly relativistic electrons.

Show Abstract## Model of ligand-receptor adhesion for microparticles and ellipsoidal cells

## Model of ligand-receptor adhesion for microparticles and ellipsoidal cells

### M. A. Kaznacheev$^1$, A. V. Belyaev$^2$

Platelets play a key role in homeostasis and hemostasis. To study the functions of platelets, various models are built that allow to select the most significant parameters regulating the formation of blood clots, blockage of blood vessels. This study examines ellipsoid cells which interact with the substrate surface through the formation of ligand-receptor bonds. The movement of a platelet at a constant speed, directed perpendicular to the surface, and under the action of a constant force, also directed perpendicularly to the surface, is considered. The effect of platelet form during this interaction is investigated. In case of movement under the action of a constant force, threshold forces were obtained, which determine two possible states: the separation of a platelet or its retention at the surface.

Show Abstract## Congruence of electromagnetic wave with linearly changing amplitude with absorbing base

## Congruence of electromagnetic wave with linearly changing amplitude with absorbing base

### P. N. Gorokhov$^1$, A. V. Kozar$^2$

We investigate reflection of electromagnetic wave from the structure consisted from 2 or 3 non-absorbing layers placed on the absorbing semi-infinite base. As a falling wave we take flat wave with linearly changing amplitude and specified filling in frequency. We figured out the conditions for the parameters of the layers, which provide complete congruence of falling wave with changing amplitude with base. We investigated influence of the small variations of parameters of layers to the effect of complete congruence.

Show Abstract## Atomic H over plane: soaring effect

## Atomic H over plane: soaring effect

### S. A. Artyukova, K. A. Sveshnikov, P. K. Silaev, A. V. Tolokonnikov

The behavior of atomic hydrogen in a half-space with the third type (or Robin) boundary condition for the electronic wavefunction is considered. It is shown that for certain parameters of the boundary condition, the effective potential of such an atom as a function of the distance between the nucleus and the boundary has a pronounced minimum at finite distances, which corresponds to the effect of the atom "soaring" over the plane. For the general case of Robin boundary conditions, both the results of variational estimates based on the choice of special trial functions and the results of numerical calculations are given. For particular cases of Dirichlet and Neumann, the research is carried out by analytical methods.

Show Abstract## Dielectric properties and conductivity of (K,NH4)3H(SO4)2 single crystals at low potassium concentrations

## Dielectric properties and conductivity of (K,NH4)3H(SO4)2 single crystals at low potassium concentrations

### I. A. Malyshkina$^1$, E. V. Selezneva$^2$, I. P. Makarova$^2$, N. D. Gavrilova$^1$

Dielectric spectroscopy method was used to study dielectric properties and conductivity of superprotonic single crystals (Kx(NH4)1-x)3H(SO4)2 (x=0.19, 0.27, 0.43) in the frequency range 0.1 Hz – 10 МHz and the temperature interval 223 – 353 K. The analysis of experimental data have been carried out using the formalisms of AC conductivity and electric modulus. The room temperature values of DC conductivity of studied crystals obtained from solid solutions was about ~ 10-5 (S/cm) which corresponds to the conductivity values of initial compounds at high temperatures. The comparable values of the activation energy of both DC conductivity and modulus spectrum suggest that protons are involved not only in the conductivity, but also in the process of electric relaxation. Modulus analysis had indicated the temperature independent distribution of relaxation times and the non-Debye behavior in these materials. The temperature dependence of DC conductivity exhibits three (for x=0.19 and 0.27) and two (for x=0.43) temperature intervals with different activation energies, which indicates the presence of structural transitions causing a change in the mechanism of proton transport.

Show Abstract## Photoluminescence of HIT solar cells

## Photoluminescence of HIT solar cells

### A. N. Matsukatova$^1$, L. N. Grigoreva$^{1,2}$, K. A. Savin$^{1,2}$, P. A. Forsh$^{1,2}$, V. S. Krivobok$^2$, A. A. Pruchkina$^2$, D. F. Aminev$^2$

The photoluminescence of two types of heterostructural silicon solar cells with different passivation of crystalline silicon layer was investigated. The contributions of various processes to the photoluminescence of the samples were revealed by measuring the photoluminescence at low temperatures. The possibility to estimate the dopant concentration in crystalline silicon for solar cells based on a heterojunction amorphous silicon/crystalline silicon from photoluminescence spectra has been shown. A correlation between the photoluminescence kinetics of heterostructural silicon solar cells and the efficiency of their phototransformation was established. An effective method to determine the surface passivation quality in crystalline silicon solar cells based on a heterojunction amorphous silicon/crystalline silicon is proposed.

Show Abstract## The general model of the formation of celestial bodies from the initial condensation of gas and dust particles to the formation of "embryos " of planets

## The general model of the formation of celestial bodies from the initial condensation of gas and dust particles to the formation of "embryos " of planets

### T. R. Abdulmyanov

This paper analyzes the main ideas of the formation of celestial bodies in accretion and protoplanetary disks. The mechanisms of the radial and orbital migration of celestial bodies are considered. According to the results of modeling the formation of small bodies and the growth of their sizes and masses occurs at stable libration points of orbital resonances. The appearance of a single “embryo” in protoplanetary rings is explained as a result of the action of the 1/1 orbital resonance mechanism. Using the model of wave perturbations of the dust shells of protostars and the model of orbital resonance, a general model of the formation and growth of the “embryos” of planets for disks with masses less than 0.1MS was constructed.

Show Abstract## Induction processes in a nanocluster of arbitrary configuration formed from three neutral molecules

## Induction processes in a nanocluster of arbitrary configuration formed from three neutral molecules

### V. V. Komarov$^1$, A. M. Popova$^1$, L. -. Shmidt$^2$, H. -. Jungclas$^2$

The analytical expression for the field of the molecular dipole momentum in an arbitrary point in the surrounding space is obtained. This expression permits to calculate values of inducting dipole moments of molecules in a three molecular nanocluster. The considered nanocluster formed from molecules one of which has a permanent dipole moment. The obtained results can be generalized for nanoclusters consisting of more than three molecules.

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