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2017 | 69 | 220-235
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On Wave Nature of Matter

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The article proves the alternative concept of the wave structure of matter. It shows the existence in a non-baryonic (dark) matter of the Universe of standing density waves with dipole properties. When condensation of a non-baryonic substance, these waves transform it into a baryonic (light) substance by forming in it various closed wave structures with particle-like properties. The mathematical description of processes of structuring of non-baryonic matter proposed in the article explains the appearance of new properties (degrees of freedom) in baryonic matter by its polarization. Wave processes in baryonic matter excite running waves in non-baryonic matter, which gives it the properties of a luminiferous medium and makes the baryonic matter visible. The article shows that such a concept allows us to take a fresh look at a number of phenomena that are difficult to explain from the standpoint of corpuscular theories, and finds all the new experimental confirmations.
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  • Integrative Research Institute, Geula 39, Haifa 33197, Israel
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