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Universal relaxation times for electron and nucleon gases

Pelc, M.; Marciak-Kozlowska, J.; Kozlowski, M.;
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  • Published: 11 Nov 2007
Abstract
In this paper we calculate the universal relaxation times for electron and nucleon fermionic gases. We argue that the universal relaxation time tau(i) is equal tau(i)=h/m square v(i) where v(i)=alpha(i)c and alpha(1)=0.15 for nucleon gas and alpha(2)=1/137 for electron gas, c=light velocity. With the universal relaxation time we formulate the thermal Proca equation for fermionic gases. Key words: universal relaxation time, thermal universal Proca equation.
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arXiv: Condensed Matter::Quantum Gases
free text keywords: Physics - General Physics
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