Negentropy in Many-Body Quantum Systems
AbstractNegentropy (negative entropy) is the negative contribution to the total entropy of correlated many-body environments. Negentropy can play a role in transferring its related stored mobilizable energy to colliding nuclei that participate in spontaneous or induced nuclear fusions in solid or liquid metals or in stellar plasmas. This energy transfer mechanism can explain the observed increase of nuclear fusion rates relative to the standard Salpeter screening. The importance of negentropy in these specific many-body quantum systems and its relation to many-body correlation entropy are discussed. View Full-Text
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Quarati, P.; Lissia, M.; Scarfone, A.M. Negentropy in Many-Body Quantum Systems. Entropy 2016, 18, 63.
Quarati P, Lissia M, Scarfone AM. Negentropy in Many-Body Quantum Systems. Entropy. 2016; 18(2):63.Chicago/Turabian Style
Quarati, Piero; Lissia, Marcello; Scarfone, Antonio M. 2016. "Negentropy in Many-Body Quantum Systems." Entropy 18, no. 2: 63.
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