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First Order Phase Transitions as Radiation Processes, Part Two

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This paper presents new experimental results concerning the PeTa effect—infrared characteristic radiation under first order phase transitions, especially during deposition and condensation of vapours/gases and the crystallisation of melts. The abbreviation “PeTa effect” means Perel’man-Tatartchenko’s effect. The nature of the PeTa effect is transient radiation that a particle (i.e., atom, molecule or/and cluster) emits during a transition from a meta-stable higher energetic level (in a super-cooled melt or super-saturated vapour) to the stable condensed lower level (in a crystal or liquid). The radiation removes latent heat with photons of characteristic frequencies that are generated under this transition. This paper is the second in a set describing the appearance of PeTa radiation under air cooling with deposition and condensation of air components. The radiation was recorded using an IR Fourier Spectrometer with a highly sensitive MCT detector. Certain peculiarities of the recorded radiation as well as its applications in the physics of the atmospheres of Earth and Jupiter are analysed.

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Tatartchenko, V. , Smirnov, P. and Jin, H. (2014) First Order Phase Transitions as Radiation Processes, Part Two. Optics and Photonics Journal, 4, 26-37. doi: 10.4236/opj.2014.42005.

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