Structure evolution in atoms of solid state dealing electron transitions.
In the synthesis of different materials, it is ambiguous to understand structure evolution. The amalgamated solid atoms of suitable elements under appreciably attained dynamics originate the type of structure while executing electron-dynamics in the respective format of exerting forces. Here, structure evolution in atoms involving conservative forces to execute electron-dynamics is discussed. Such atoms, when are in the neutral state, transform heat energy into bind energy depending on the mode of electron-dynamics. In atoms of those elements which exert forces to execute electron-dynamics in space, surface and grounded formats, they amalgamate to bind just at above, at and at below typical-leveled ground surfaces, respectively. Depending on the nature of executed electron-dynamics, their atoms evolve structure of different dimension where different shape generated binding energy is engaged. In addition to one-, two- and three-dimensional structure, a four-dimensional structure also evolves by certain nature atoms. Atoms bind at the points of generated energy because of the same nature. In space format evolution of structure, amalgamated atoms bind to the targeted atom from the upward-side more in a lateral manner and same is the case for atoms evolving structure in the grounded format, but amalgamated atoms bind to the targeted atom from the downward-side. In surface format evolution of structure, amalgamated atoms adhere to the targeted atom side-to-side more in an adjacent manner. For three-dimensional structure evolution, a bit difference mechanism in binding relevant atoms is involved. A mixed-dimension structure develops under the frustrated amalgamation of atoms. This fundamental revolution in the approach that how structure of solid atoms involving conservative forces evolves may shed a new light in the field of materials science.
Publisher URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1611.01255