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Coherent Raman Effect in Atomic Hydrogen Cocorico !

Jacques Moret-Bailly

The expansion, what expansion? And if one suddenly realized to examine the Coherent Raman Effect in atomic Hydrogen present everywhere in the universe...

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    Jacques Moret-Bailly points out that this is not a new theory, but an application of ordinary spectroscopy to a simplified "Strömgren model", in which:
    - The stars are very hot black bodies.
    - Stars emit "stellar winds" consisting essentially of a hydrogen plasma.
    - At a distance (~ 10 AU for the Sun), the "Strömgren sphere" is the place where the plasma condenses into excited atoms.
    - The excitation of the atoms disappears beyond a "Strömgren shell" (~ 10-15 AU).
    The laws of ordinary spectroscopy apply. In particular, far from the heavy stars (stars, planets), the gas pressure is so low that the free path of the atoms lasts more than 10 nanoseconds, that is to say more than the duration of the electromagnetic pulses which form the light of an atom, Thermal origin. Thus, in this medium, light-material interactions are spatially coherent, so that Einstein's theory applies, in particular superradiance (which explains the brightness of the limbs of the Strömgren spheres compensated by the absorption of light Of all stars not located near this limb), and the SSRI, coherent impulse Raman effect (which explains the reddening by energy transfer to the electromagnetic thermal background.)
    As you see, the author does not construct a new theory, he applies only the well-known laws of coherent spectroscopy to a medium known to all, whereas, according to Menzel who denies the importance of optical coherence in nebulae. Astrophysicists ignore superradiance and SSRIs.
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Création date: 17/02/14
Last update: 26/04/17
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