Temperature and Concentration under Boundedness

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ABSTRACT

In the present paper I have proved that in the setting of recently introduced concept of boundedness the intensive macroscopic variables such as temperature and concentration are well-defined even for structured objects and nano-objects. I have proved that the Poisson distribution is generic distribution for all fluctuations. An indispensable part of the proof is the existence of a general dynamical mechanism which provides damping out of the arbitrary accumulation of matter/ energy in every given location and in every moment.

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Koleva, M. (2015) Temperature and Concentration under Boundedness. Journal of Modern Physics, 6, 1149-1155. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2015.68118.

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