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- ItemOpen AccessInvestigation of the role of gravitational attraction in the structure and the catalysis of the formation of particles and study of the catalytic hydrogenation of CO2 using supported Ruthenium catalysts on different substrates
Τμήμα Χημικών Μηχανικών (ΔΔ)Γρηγορίου, Δημήτριος; Βαγενάς, Κωνσταντίνος; Βαγενάς, Κωνσταντίνος; Φωκάς, Αθανάσιος; Κατσαούνης, Αλέξανδρος; Μπεμπέλης, Συμεών; Βερύκιος, Ξενοφών; Μαυραντζάς, Βλάσσιος; Κονδαρίδης, Δημήτριος; Grigoriou, DimitriosIn the first part we explore the rotating lepton model that was first suggested by C.G. Vayenas and S. Souentie. This model has the ability to agree with many of the predictions of the Standard model but without use of adjustable parameters. Beyond the usefulness as a predicting tool, the fact that this model is based on first principles suggests that it contains a substantial amount of truth and thus warrants an in-depth review and analysis. Starting from the Newtonian concepts of gravitation and space-time we explore the influence of special relativity. A relativistic version of Newton’s gravitational law is formulated and used to explain a variety of observations without the current need of arbitrary parameters. Several examples are analyzed : the neutron, the W boson The double slit experiment and in the larger scale the mercury perihelion precession. In the second part we study the reaction of CO2 hydrogenation in terms of its importance in the energy-management field and conduct several experiments in order to cast light in the role of metal -support interactions in the heterogeneous catalysis of the reaction.