RESEARCH INTERESTS
The Main Results are Stated in the Following Works:
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Structure of Space and the Submicroscopic
Deterministic Concept of Physics
 a flyer for my book on the fundamentals (March, 2017).
[1] V. Krasnoholovets and D. Ivanovsky, Motion of a particle and the
vacuum, Physics Essays, Vol. 6, No. 4, 554563 (1993)
(also
http://arXiv.org/abs/quantph/9910023).
[2] V. Krasnoholovets, Motion of a relativistic particle and the vacuum,
Physics Essays, Vol. 10, No. 3, 407416 (1997)
(also
http://arXiv.org/abs/quantph/9903077).
[3] V. Krasnoholovets and V. Byckov, Real inertons against hypothetical
gravitons. Experimental proof of the existence of inertons, Indian
Journal of Theoretical Physics, Vol. 48, No. 1, 123 (2000)
(also
http://arXiv.org/abs/quantph/0007027).
[4] V. Krasnoholovets, On the nature of spin, inertia and gravity of
a moving canonical particle, Indian Journal of Theoretical Physics, Vol.
48, No. 2, 97132 (2000) (also http://arXiv.org/abs/quantph/0103110).
[5] V. Krasnoholovets, On the theory of the anomalous photoelectric
effect stemming from a substructure of matter waves, Indian Journal of Theoretical
Physics, Vol. 49, No. 1, 132 (2001) (also
http://arXiv.org/abs/quantph/9906091).
[6] V. Krasnoholovets, On the way to submicroscopic description of nature,
Indian Journal of Theoretical Physics, Vol. 49, No. 2, 8195 (2001)
(also arXiv.org eprint archive
http://arXiv.org/abs/quantph/9908042).
[7] V. Krasnoholovets, Space structure and quantum mechanics,
Spacetime & Substance, Vol. 1, No. 4, 172175 (2000) (also
http://arXiv.org/abs/quantph/0106106)
[Invited talk given at the Ukrainian Russian conference
"Gravitation, Cosmology and Relativistic Astrophysics",
Kharkiv, Ukraine, 812 November 2000].
[8] V. Krasnoholovets, On the mass of elementary carriers of
gravitational interaction, Spacetime & Substance, Vol. 2,
No. 4, 169170 (2001) (also
http://arXiv.org/abs/quantph/0201131).
[9] V. Krasnoholovets, Collective dynamics of hydrogen atoms in the
KIO_{3}*HIO_{3} crystal dictated by a substructure of
the hydrogen atoms' matter waves, http://arXiv.org/abs/condmat/0108417.
[Report delivered at the XV International SchoolSeminar "Spectroscopy of
Molecules and Crystals", Chernihiv, Ukraine, 2330 June 2001].
[10] V. Krasnoholovets, Submicroscopic deterministic quantum mechanics,
International Journal of Computing Anticipatory Systems,
Vol. 11, 164179 (2002), Ed.: D. Dubois
(also
http://arXiv.org/abs/quantph/0109012)
[Invited talk delivered at the Fifth International Confrerence on Computing
Anticipatory Systems (CASYS'2001), Liege, Belgium, 1318 August 2001].
[11] V. Krasnoholovets, On the notion of the photon,
Annales de la Fondation Louis de Broglie,
Vol. 27, No. 1, 93100 (2002) (also http://arXiv.org/abs/quantph/0202170)
(pdf file, 114 kb).
[12] V. Krasnoholovets, Gravitation as deduced from submicroscopic quantum
mechanics
http://arXiv.org/abs/hepth/0205196.
[13] V. Krasnoholovets, Can quantum mechanics be cleared from conceptual
difficulties? (Report prepared for the Wigner Centennial Conference,
University Pecs, Hungary, July, 2002)
http://arXiv.org/abs/quantph/0210050.
[14] V. Krasnoholovets and B. Lev, Systems of particles with interaction and
the cluster formation in condensed matter,
Condensed Matter Physics, Vol.
6, No. 1, 6783 (2003)
(also http://arXiv.org/abs/condmat/0210131).
[15] V. Krasnoholovets, Clusterization of water molecules as deduced from
statistical mechanical approach,
Central European Journal of Physics, Vol. 2,
No. 4, 698708 (2004).
[16] M. Bounias and V. Krasnoholovets, How space generates matter and physical laws.
In: Science addendum to: I. Harezi, The resonance in residence.
An inner and outer quantum journey (Ilonka Harezy, USA, 2002), Ch. 4, pp. 3353.
[17] M. Bounias and V. Krasnoholovets, Scanning the structure of illknown
spaces: Part 1. Founding principles about mathematical constitution of space,
Kybernetes: The International Journal of Systems and Cybernetics, Vol.
32, No. 7/8, 945975 (2003) [in a special issue on some new theories
about time and space] (also http://arXiv.org/abs/physics/0211096).
[18] M. Bounias and V. Krasnoholovets, Scanning the structure of illknown
spaces: Part 2. Principles of construction of physical space,
Kybernetes: The International Journal of Systems and Cybernetics, Vol.
32, No. 7/8, 9761004 (2003) [in a special issue on some new theories
about time and space] (also http://arXiv.org/abs/physics/0212004).
[19] M. Bounias and V. Krasnoholovets, Scanning the structure of illknown
spaces: Part 3. Distribution of topological structures at elementary and cosmic scales,
Kybernetes: The International Journal of Systems and Cybernetics,
Vol. 32, No. 7/8, 10051020 (2003)
[in a special issue on some new theories about time and space]
(also http://arXiv.org/abs/physics/0301049).
[20] M. Bounias and V. Krasnoholovets, The universe from nothing:
A mathematical lattice of empty sets.
International Journal of Anticipatory Computing Systems,
Vol. 16, pp. 324 (2004), Ed.: D. Dubois
(also http://arXiv.org/abs/physics/0309102).
[Talk delivered at CASYS'2003 (The Conference on Anticipatory Computing Systems,
Institute of Mathematics, Liege, Belgium, 1116 August 2003].
[21] V. Krasnoholovets, Newton's static potential 1/r as a space relief
formed by dynamic inertons, carriers of the gravitational interaction,
Spacetime & Substance, Vol. 4, No. 4, 145151 (2003)
[Talk prepared for the Second UkrainianRussian Conference
'Gravitation, Cosmology and Relativistic Astrophysics', Inst. TTR,
Kharkiv, Ukraine, June, 2327, 2003].
[22] V. Krasnoholovets, On the nature of the electric charge,
Hadronic Journal Supplement, Vol. 18, No. 4,
pp. 425456 (2003)
(also http://arXiv.org/abs/physics/0501132)
(pdf file, 240 kb).
[23] V. Krasnoholovets, On the origin of conceptual difficulties of quantum mechanics,
in Developments in Quantum Physics, Eds.: F. Columbus and
V. Krasnoholovets, (Nova Science Publishers Inc., New York, 2004), pp. 85109
(also http://arXiv.org/abs/physics/0412122).
[24] V. Krasnoholovets and J.L. Tane, An extended interpretation of the thermodynamic
theory including an additional energy associated with a decrease in mass,
International Journal of Simulation and Process Modelling,
Vol. 2, Nos. 1/2, 6779 (2006) (also
http://arXiv.org/abs/physics/0605094).
[25] V. Krasnoholovets, S. Skliarenko and O. Strokach, On the behavior
of physical parameters of aqueous solutions affected by the inerton
field of Teslar^{®} Technology,
International Journal of Modern Physics B,
Vol. 20, No. 1, 114 (2006)
(also http://arXiv.org/abs/0810.2005)
(pdf file, 299 kb)
або в перекладі українською мовою:
(pdf file, 242 kb).
[25a] V. Krasnoholovets, S. Skliarenko and O. Strokach,
The study of the influence of a scalar physical field on aqueous solutions
in a critical range,
Journal of Molecular Liquids, Vol. 127,
Nos. 13, 5052 (2006) .
[26] E. Andreev, G. Dovbeshko and V. Krasnoholovets, The study of influence of
the Teslar technology on aqueous solution of some biomolecules, direct access:
Research Letters in Physical Chemistry,
Vol. 2007, Article ID 94286, 5 pages (2007). doi:10.1155/2007/94286
(pdf file, 800 kb) (also http://arxiv.org/abs/1204.6062 [physics.genph])
[27] V. Krasnoholovets, Reasons for nuclear forces in light of the constitution
of the real space, Scientific Inquiry,
Vol. 7, No. 1, pp. 2550 (2006)
(also http://arXiv.org/abs/1104.2484)
(pdf file, 277 kb).
[28] V. Krasnoholovets, N. Kukhtarev and T. Kukhtareva,
Heavy electrons: Electron droplets generated by
photogalvanic and pyroelectric effects,
International Journal of Modern Physics B,
Vol. 20, No. 16, 23232337 (2006)
(also http://arxiv.org/abs/0911.2361)
(pdf file, 242 kb)
[29] V. Krasnoholovets and D.Y.Chung,
The space structure, force fields and quantum mechanics,
American Institute of Physics  Conference Proceeding,
Vol. 839, pp. 198211 (2006)
Ed.: D. Dubois [The work was deivered by Dr. Peter Rowlands at CASYS'05
(The Conference on Anticipatory Computing Systems, Institute of
Mathematics, Liege, Belgium, 813 August 2005) and received a
"Best Paper Award" at the conference]
(pdf file, 132 kb)
[30] V. Krasnoholovets and D.Y.Chung, The cosmic organism theory,
Scientific Inquiry 8, No. 2,
pp. 165 – 182 (2007) .
[31] D.Y. Chung and V. Krasnoholovets,
The quantum space phase transitions for particles,
Progress in Physics 3, 7477 (2006)
[32] V. Krasnoholovets, The tessellattice of motherspace as a sorce and generator
of matter and physical laws, in
Einstein and Poincare: The physical vacuum,
Ed.: V. Dvoeglazov (Apeiron, Montreal, 2006), pp. 143153
(also http://arxiv.org/abs/1010.3894)
(pdf file, 143 kb).
[33] V. Krasnoholovets, Reasons for the gravitational mass and
the problem of quantum gravity, in Ether, spacetime and cosmology,
Vol. 1. Modern ether concepts, relativity and geometry.
Eds.: M. Duffy, J. Levy and V. Krasnoholovets
(PD Publications, Liverpool, 2008),
pp. 419450 ( ISBN 1 873 694 10 5).
[This is a lecture presented at the conference
Physical Interpretation of Relativity Theory IX
(Imprial College, London, 2006)]
(also see in http://arxiv.org/abs/1104.5270)
(pdf file, 192 kb).
[34] V. Krasnoholovets, On microscopic interpretation of phenomena predicted by
the formalism of general relativity, in
Ether spacetime and cosmology, Vol. 2.
New insights into a key physical medium.
Eds.: M. C. Duffy, J. Levy (Apeiron, 2009), pp. 417431.
(Publisher: C. Roy Keys Inc., Apeiron, ISBN: 0973291184; 9780973291186).
also: Apeiron, Vol. 16, No. 3, 418 438 (2009).
[This is a lecture presented at the conference Physical Interpretation of
Relativity Theory X (Imprial College, London, 2008)]
http://redshift.vif.com/JournalFiles/V16NO3PDF/V16N3KRA.pdf
(pdf file, 129 kb).
[35] V. Krasnoholovets, Variation in mass of entities in condensed media,
Applied Physics Research, Vol. 2, No 1, pp. 4659 (2010)
http://www.ccsenet.org/journal/index.php/apr/article/view/4287
(pdf file, 409 kb).
See also my presentation at the 4th Feynman Festival
(Olomouce, Czech Republic, 2226 June 2009) BoseEinstein condensation and the submicroscopic concept
[36] V. Krasnoholovets, Sub microscopic description of the diffraction phenomenon,
Nonlinear Optics, Quantum Optics, Vol. 41, No. 4,
pp. 273  286 (2010).
(pdf file, 150 kb).
(also see in http://arxiv.org/abs/1407.3224, in this version I added an afterword)
See also my presentation at the 11th Conference of
squeezed states and uncertainty relations
(Olomouce, Czech Republic, 2226 June 2009) Heisenberg's uncertainties and the submicroscopic concept.
Diffraction of photons
[37] V. Krasnoholovets, Dark matter as seen from the physical point of view,
Astrophysics and Space Science, Vol. 335,
No. 2, 619627 (2011). DOI 10.1007/s105090110774y.
http://www.springerlink.com/content/p65427342245j2v3/,
(pdf file, 660 kb)
(also see in arXiv:1609.03411 [physics.genph])
[38] V. Krasnoholovets and I. Gandzha, A submicroscopic description of
the formation of crop circles, Chaotic Modeling and Simulation
(CMSIM), Vol. 2, April issue, 323335 (2012)
http://www.cmsim.eu/April_2012_issue.html
(pdf file, 1.2 Mb).
See also my presentation at the 4th Chaotic Modeling and Simulation
International Conference
(CHAOS 2011, 31 May  3 June 2011, Agios Nikolaos Crete Greece,
http://www.cmsim.org/chaos2011.html)
pdf file, 2 Mb
[39] V. Krasnoholovets, On the gravitational time delay effect and the curvature
of space, International Journal of Computing Anticipatory Systems
27, ззю 137147 (2014);
Edited by D. M. Dubois, CHAOS, Liege, Belgium, ISSN 13735411 ISBN 2930396164
The work was presented at the conference CASYS2011 (Liege, Belgium)
(pdf file, 400 kb)
[40] V. Krasnoholovets, Submicroscopic viewpoint on gravitation, cosmology,
dark energy and dark matter, and the first data of inerton astronomy, in
Recent Developments in Dark Matter Research.
Editors: Nori Kinjo and Akira Nakajima with participation of
Dr. Roldão da Rocha (Nova Science Publishers, 2014), pp. 161
(ISBN: 9781629480107). DOI: 10.13140/2.1.5110.7841
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[41] V. Krasnoholovets, Inerton field effects in nanosystems,
in
Quantum Nanosystems: Structure, Properties and Interactions
Editor: Michai V. Putz
(Apple Academic Press, Toronto, 2014), pp. 59102. (ISBN: 9781926895901)
DOI: 10.13140/2.1.1375.2324
http://www.appleacademicpress.com/title.php?id=9781926895901
[42] V. Krasnoholovets, On resolving the crisis in particle physics associated
with the fall of supersymmetry, International Frontier Science Letters
(IFSL),
Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 8495 (2014)
http://www.isfs.org.in/current_issue_abstract.php?id=103
(pdf file, 550 kb)
[43] V. Krasnoholovets, Quarks and hadrons in the real space,
Journal of Advanced Physics, Vol. 5, No. 2, 145167 (2016).
Abstract:
The paper reviews major approaches to the description of subatomic particles,
such as leptons, quarks, hadrons and nucleons. Among these approaches are
quantum chromodynamics, soliton models, bag models and others. The main accent is
on a theory of the real physical space that acts as a scene on which all highenergy
events take place. We discuss how a lepton and quark appear in the space constituted
as a tessellation lattice of primary topological balls  the only structure that
mathematics (i.e. set theory, topology and fractal geometry) offers to the constitution
of ordinary physical space. Since leptons and quarks emerge in the tessellattice from
a topological ball, they must interact with this substrate. The principles of
the interaction of subatomic particles with space and through space between themselves
are considered in detail. The approach: i) states that real quarks possess the integer
charge ±e and they periodically change to the monopole state (hence, canonical
particles are dynamic dyons); ii) naturally solves the problem of confinement of quarks;
iii) reveals the dynamics of quarks in hadrons; iv) discloses an inner structure of
the proton and neutron; v) calculates the radius of the proton; and
vi) derives the nuclear forces as the result of both direct coalescence of surfaces
of the nucleons and the overlapping of spatial excitations (named inertons)
generated by the nucleons at their motion through the tessellattice.
Experimental results showing nuclear transformations in samples
affected by artificially generated inerton fields are demonstrated.
[44] V. Krasnoholovets, Sound into light: on the mechanism of
the phenomenon of sonoluminescence, Journal of Advanced Physics,
Vol. 5, No. 2, 168175 (2016).
Abstract:
It is argued that a liquid influenced by ultrasound is locally compressed,
which leads to the formation of cavities inside the liquid. When in the resonance,
the liquid boundary layer is stretched, i.e. its molecules diverge. At a critical
increased distance between the molecules in the boundary layer, the compressed liquid
is suddenly rectified, which leads to the collapse of cavities. At the instant impact,
some inertons are released from the inerton clouds of the molecules of the boundary layer.
In the bubble's gas, electrons of the outer shell of molecules/atoms absorb these
inertons and become excited for a short time (as we know from the experiments, ~100 ps).
After that the molecules/atoms return to the initial equilibrium state, emitting photons.
[45] V. Krasnoholovets, Yu. Zabulonov and I. Zolkin,
On the nuclear coupling of proton and electron,
Universal Journal of Physics and Application
10, No. 3, 90103 (2016). The paper can be downloaded from the web site of the journal:
http://www.hrpub.org/journals/article_info.php?aid=3843
A pdf file can be download also by this link:
(pdf file, 750 kb)
Perhaps this is my best research paper. It was consistently rejected by the following journals:
Frontiers of Physics
International Journal of Theoretical and Applied Physics
Journal of Condensed Matter Nuclear Science
European Physical Journal D: Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma Physics
Journal of Advanced Physics
Plasma Science and Technologies
Journal of Plasma Physics
Plasma Sources Science and Technology
International Journal of Modern Physics B
International Journal of Modern Physics E
Journal of Applied Physics
Physical Review C  Major Journal of Nuclear Physics
Journal of Nuclear Physics
Canadian Journal of Physics
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IN PREPARATION AND WORK:
On the origin of the golden ratio in nature.
