Advances in Chemical Physics [Vol 15] by Stuart A Rice; I Prigogine

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This again illustrates the basic difference between small and large systems we emphasized in Section 111. This difference appears to me to be one of the most basic in physics. It accounts for the possibility of the thermodynamic description and probably as well for the relation between fields and physical particles. Note added in proof: since the presentation of this paper great progress has been realized. The interested reader may consult the papers published by our group in Physica as well as in the Proc.

It is interesting to note that while in the usual dynamical picture excited states are broad (" uncertainty principle " - QUANTUM STATFS AND DISSIPATIVE PROCESSES 33 AEAt h ) we have here well-defined excited levels in the quasi-particle picture. There is no contradiction as the superposition of both processes, Eqs. (55) and (56), gives to the total cross section a finite line width which is in agreement with the uncertainty principle. X. CONCLUSIONS AND PERSPEClWES There are, at the moment of writing, severe limitations in this theory.

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