# Vladimir Valentinovich EgorovRussian Academy of Sciences | RAS · FSRC “Crystallography and Photonics”, Photochemistry Center

Vladimir Valentinovich Egorov

Ph.D., Dr. Phys.&Math. Sci.

I am looking for potential collaborators to develop quantum-classical mechanics and their applications

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Introduction

dozy-chaos theory of molecular quantum transitions, optical lineshapes for polymethine dyes and their aggregates (dimers, J-aggregates, H-aggregates, H*-aggregates)

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January 2016 - present

December 1989 - January 2016

## Publications

Publications (125)

In quantum mechanics, the theory of quantum transitions is grounded on the convergence of a series of time-dependent perturbation theory. In nuclear and atomic physics, this series converges because the dynamics of quantum transitions (quantum jumps) are absent by definition. In molecular and chemical physics, on the contrary , the dynamics of "qua...

It is well known in quantum mechanics that the theory of quantum transitions is based on the convergence of the series of time-dependent perturbation theory. This series converges in atomic and nuclear physics. However, in molecular and chemical physics, this series converges only in the Born–Oppenheimer adiabatic approximation and due to the appli...

Theoretical Physics, Applied Physics, Condensed Matter Physics, Experimental Physics, High Energy Physics, Computing Physics, Mathematical Methods, Nano Science, Nano Materials, Nano Medicine, Material and Manufacturing and etc.

Квантово-классическая механика: принципы, приложения и перспективы

Scopus Indexed Conference
15th Edition of International Conference on Catalysis, Chemical Engineering and Technology
May 22-23, 2023 | Tokyo, Japan
Conference Venue
ANA Crowne Plaza Narita
68, Horinouchi, Narita-Shi,
Chiba, 286-0107, Tokyo, Japan

We look forward to working with you in the future.

2nd International Forum on Physics and Astronomy will be held during November 14-16, 2022 in Valencia, Spain bringing together a multi-disciplinary group of academic and industry professionals to present and exchange breakthrough ideas relating to physics and space science.
The forum aims to promote current research and share experiences among the...

2nd International Forum on Physics and Astronomy, Plenary Presentation

CERTIFICATE OF PUBLISHING COMMITTEE MEMBER

From my correspondence with Gurcharn Singh Sandhu in RG regarding my article “Physics and Crises in Human Civilization”

From my correspondence with Dragoljub Šarović in RG regarding my article “Scientific Theory and Mass Conscience”

Quantum-Classical Mechanics: Principles, Applications, and Prospects

Quantum-Classical Mechanics: Principles, Applications, and Prospects

APRIL 21, 2022_12:20- 12:45_Title: Quantum-Classical Mechanics: Principles, Applications, and Prospects_Vladimir Valentinovich Egorov, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

April 04, 2022_14:10 - 14:30_Quantum-Classical Mechanics: Principles, Applications, And Prospects_Vladimir Valentinovich Egorov, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

My answer to the question of Dragoljub Šarović in RG “Does proving the existence of a dozy chaos in our brain lead to proving the existence of God in ourselves?”

All kinds of dynamic symmetries in quantum-classical (dozy-chaos) mechanics of elementary electron and/or proton transfers, their physical meaning and applications are discussed. https://scienceacademique.com/dynamic-symmetry-in-quantum-classical-mechanics-simplicity-in-complexity/

March 22, 2022_15:30 - 15:55_Quantum-classical mechanics: Principles, applications, and prospects_Vladimir V. Egorov, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

My two answers to the question of Orlando M Lourenço in RG “What criteria do you have in mind while characterizing a scientific theory?”

My answer to the question of José Eduardo Jorge in RG “Can philosophy help to innovate and develop scientific theory?”

"We are working to build the journal profile towards INDEXING and your
work can play a vital part in this."

Elsevier: "We’ve got you covered".
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Special Issue "Challenges: 10th Anniversary"

International Conference and Expo on Laser, Optics & Photonics, September 13-14, 2021_Final Program

Quantum-classical mechanics: Principles, Applications, and
Prospects

Quantum-classical mechanics: Principles, applications, and prospects

Invitation to be the conference chair

Phronesis_2nd Webinar on Quantum Mechanics (iquantum-2021)_https://phronesisonline.com/iquantum/index.php

Keynote Speaker banner for iquantum-2021 (June 9-10)

All kinds of dynamic symmetries in quantum-classical (dozy-chaos) mechanics of elementary electron and/or proton transfers, their physical meaning and applications are discussed.

In the framework of a new physical theory-quantum-classical mechanics, on the basis of a dynamic electron-nuclear-reorganization resonance and the law of conservation of energy, an explanation is given for the strong detuning of the resonance and the associated significant parasitic transformation of the shape of the resonant optical absorption ban...

Quantum-classical electron as organizing principle in nature

Russian Prof. Vladimir V. Egorov to inaugurate 26th International Webinar on Advances in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Computer Sciences & Biological Sciences (CONIAPS XXVI) hosted by MG University.

All kinds of dynamic symmetries in dozy-chaos (quantum-classical) mechanics (Egorov, V.V. Challenges 2020, 11, 16; Egorov, V.V. Heliyon Physics 2019, 5, e02579), which takes into account the chaotic dynamics of the joint electron-nuclear motion in the transient state of molecular "quantum" transitions, are discussed. The reason for the emergence of...

In quantum mechanics, the theory of quantum transitions is grounded on the convergence of a series of time-dependent perturbation theory. In nuclear and atomic physics, this series converges because the dynamics of quantum transitions (quantum jumps) are absent by definition. In molecular and chemical physics, on the contrary, the dynamics of “quan...

Quantum 2020 Conference Video

A new and universal theoretical approach to the dynamics of the transient state in elementary physico-chemical processes, called quantum-classical mechanics (QCM), is introduced to a wide general readership. The efficacy of QCM approach is shown by different QCM applications, in particular, by applications of the so-called Egorov resonance to optic...

About quantum mechanics

The design of composite materials using environmentally compatible materials and adopting sustainable preparation techniques is very necessary for a better environment. The present study is a step towards developing an environmentally friendly alternative to foam-based composites. The aim of the study is to understand the effect of natural fibers f...

We are introducing briefly to the new theory of “quantum” transitions in molecular and chemical physics —
quantum-classical mechanics, in which an electron behaves dynamically in two ways: both as a quantum and as a classical
elementary particle. Namely, in the initial and final adiabatic states of molecular “quantum” transitions, the light electro...

A new and universal theoretical approach to the dynamics of the transient state in elementary physico-chemical processes, called dozy-chaos mechanics (Egorov, V.V. Heliyon Physics 2019, 5, e02579), is introduced to a wide general readership.

Quantum-classical mechanics: Two-photon processes of elementary electron transfers in condensed matter

Where and why quantum mechanics ceases to work in
molecular and chemical physics

Where and why quantum mechanics ceases to work in molecular and chemical physics

Where and why quantum mechanics ceases to work in molecular and chemical physics

Explanation for “pedestrians” why quantum mechanics ceases to work in molecular physics

Let’s turn to the basics of quantum mechanics. In atoms, the nucleus is essentially only a source of a potential electric field in which electrons move. Quantum mechanics works here: we write a Hamiltonian for electrons in this field and solve the corresponding Schrödinger equation. In molecules in a stationary state, where the adiabatic approximat...

Let’s turn to the basics of quantum mechanics. In atoms, the nucleus is essentially only a source of a potential electric field in which electrons move. Quantum mechanics works here: we write a Hamiltonian for electrons in this field and solve the corresponding Schrödinger equation. In molecules in a stationary state, where the adiabatic approximat...

We have received your abstract entitled "Where and why quantum mechanics ceases to work in molecular and chemical physics" and our committee has reviewed your abstract. We are very glad to let you know that your abstract has been accepted for Atomic Physics 2018. Kindly I would like you to register for the conference before 25 th February, 2018 to...

Let’s turn to the basics of quantum mechanics. In atoms, the nucleus is essentially only a source of a potential electric field in which electrons move. Quantum mechanics works here: we write a Hamiltonian for electrons in this field and solve the corresponding Schrödinger equation. In molecules in a stationary state, where the adiabatic approximat...

This is a very important and profound question. On the one hand, the answer is trivial. We sleep because in order to work effectively, our brain should periodically rest. On the other hand, it is non-trivial to discover the mechanism by which the brain provides itself with such an opportunity to rest. Let’s try, on the basis of general physical con...

Dear Dr. Vladimir V. Egorov,
Greetings!
In light of your renowned research and your contributions to the article ‘Nature of the optical band shapes in polymethine dyes and H-aggregates: dozy chaos and excitons. Comparison with dimers, H*- and J-aggregates ’, we would like to formally invite you to serve as a Speaker at the forthcoming “2nd Intern...

Dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution
Preface
The 100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution, which we celebrate these days, is the subject of a broad and heated discussion on Russian television, as well as the current state of human civilization and its projection for the future, to which this revolution has had a tremend...

Photochemistry Center RAS, Russian Federation, egorov@photonics.ru This work brings some completion to the theoretical explanation of a set of the optical band shapes in polymethine dyes, their dimers and aggregates. The explanation of all this remarkable diversity of optical bands, represented briefly in figure 1, is based on a new theory of eleme...

Theoretical analysis of the dynamics of molecular transient states shows that in the process of a quantum transition the motions of electrons and nuclei are not much separated in time, as the famous and popular Franck–Condon principle prescribes; on the contrary, they are aligned in time due to their joint chaotic motion. It turns out that the Fran...

This work brings some completion to the theoretical explanation of a set of the optical band shapes in polymethine dyes, their dimers and aggregates. The explanation of all this remarkable diversity of optical bands, represented briefly in figure 1, is based on a new theory of elementary electronic charge transfers in condensed media, which has bee...

This work brings some completion to the theoretical explanation of a set of the optical band shapes in polymethine dyes, their dimers and aggregates. The explanation of all this remarkable diversity of optical bands, represented briefly in figure 1, is based on a new theory of elementary electronic charge transfers in condensed media, which has bee...

Results on the theoretical explanation of the shape of optical bands in polymethine dyes, their dimers and aggregates are summarized. The theoretical dependence of the shape of optical bands for the dye monomers in the vinylogous series in line with a change in the solvent polarity is considered. A simple physical (analytical) model of the shape of...

Egorov VV. 2017 Data from: Nature of the optical band shapes in polymethine dyes and H-aggregates: dozy chaos and excitons. Comparison with dimers, H*- and J-aggregates. Dryad Digital Repository.

It is proposed to consider human beings and human community as very complex molecular physical systems in which dozy chaos plays a governing dynamic role. Dozy chaos is the cause of molecular quantum transitions and various chemical reactions, and as a result, the evolution of the entire molecular matter, up to the emergence of life, genome, and hu...

ДРЕМЛЮЩИЙ ХАОС: ПРИЛОЖЕНИЯ И ПЕРСПЕКТИВА ДЕТЕКТИРОВАНИЯ
Егоров В.В.
ФНИЦ «Кристаллография и фотоника» РАН
e-mail: egorov@photonics.ru
Дремлющий хаос (ДХ) есть главный элемент в динамической самоорганизации переходного состояния (ПС) молекулярных квантовых переходов (МКП). Необходимость введения его в теорию следует из наличия существенной сингулярн...

My answer in Russian to the question of Vitaly Voloshin in RG:
‘Is the end of our civilization encoded in human genome?’

My answer to the question of Vitaly Voloshin in RG: ‘Is the end of our civilization encoded in human genome?’

This work demonstrates the feasibility of the theory of extended multiphonon electron transitions for the description of optical spectra of polymethine dyes and J-aggregates using quantum chemistry. The formation of a strong absorption band in dye monomers and a J-band in their aggregates is uniformly explained from the electron−nuclear resonance c...

Dozy chaos emerges as a combined effect of the collective chaotic motion of electrons and nuclei, and their chaotic electromagnetic interactions in the transient state of molecules experiencing quantum transitions. Following earlier discussions of the well-known Bronsted relations for proton-transfer reactions; the temperature-dependent electron tr...

A new theoretical approach for elementary electron transfer in condensed media has been established, in which a failure of the Born-Oppenheimer and Franck-Condon approximations, and collective phenomena of the large number of tunnel and over-barrier transitions are of paramount importance. Experimental results obtained recently on temperature T dep...

The optical absorption lineshapes for dimers of polymethine dyes, as well as the lineshapes in the monomer–dimer concentration equilibria, are explained by taking into account the Frenkel exciton effect in the dozy-chaos theory of quantum transitions. The possible interpretations of the results in the dozy-chaos theory on a qualitative level are gi...

The concept of a dozy chaos in the theory of quantum transitions and its applications are discussed in a historical context. Conjectured that dozy chaos is of primary importance to the dynamic self-organization of any living organism and concentrated in its brain. A hypothesis of the physical origin of cancer is put forward. Surmised that dozy chao...

The concept of a dozy chaos in the theory of quantum transitions and its applications to the optical band shapes for polymethine dyes and their aggregates, Brönsded relations for proton transfer reactions, and temperature-dependent electron transfer in Langmuir-Blodgett films are discussed as physical simplicities in the chemical complexity. The re...

Dozy chaos was introduced into science by the author at the beginning of the 21st century as a novel physical substance to describe extended multiphonon transitions. The necessity for introducing this substance stems from the presence of inherent singularity in the probability of extended transitions as a result of transit beyond the adiabatic appr...

Though theoretical treatment of the optical line shapes for polymethine dyes and their aggregates has been a top problem in chemistry and physics for many decades, it has not been solved conclusively to date. The author proposes a novel theory of quantum transitions on the basis of dozy chaos (see [1] and refs there) that gives insight into the nat...

Discovery of dozy chaos and discovery of quanta: Analogy being in science and perhaps in history of civilization

Optical line shapes for polymethine dyes and their aggregates: Novel theory of quantum transitions and its correlation with experiment

This work reports how a proper theoretical definition of electron-nuclear(-phonon) coupling in the dynamics of the transient state in quantum transitions enables an explanation for the basic experimental data on the optical line shapes for polymethine dyes and their dimers as well as H-, H+-, and J-aggregates, which defied understanding for many de...

This review concerns the current status of the theory of formation of the so-called J-band (Jelley, Scheibe, 1936), an abnormally narrow, high-intensity, red-shifted optical absorption band arising from the aggregation of polymethine dyes. Two opposite approaches to explaining the physical nature of the J-band are given special attention. In the fi...

This review concerns the current status of the theory
of formation of the so-called J-band (Jelley, Scheibe, 1936), an
abnormally narrow, high-intensity, red-shifted optical absorp-
tion band arising from the aggregation of polymethine dyes.
Two opposite approaches to explaining the physical nature of
the J-band are given special attention. In the...

This review concerns the current status of the theory of formation of the so-called J-band (Jelley, Scheibe, 1936), an abnormally narrow, high-intensity, red-shifted optical absorption band arising from the aggregation of polymethine dyes. Two opposite approaches to explaining the physical nature of the J-band are given special attention. In the fi...

The nature of elementary charge (electron) transfer in condensed media is interpreted in terms of the uncertainty relation. The emergence of a pure (quantum-mechanical) state of an electron transfer is examined for two complementary cases: the electron transfer state is defined by the interaction between the electron and its environment through a s...

Using a new theory of photoinduced electron transfer beyond the Landau–Zenner ideology or, more precisely, electrodynamics of extended multiphonon transitions [V. V. Egorov, Chem. Phys. 269, 251 (2001)], we give an explanation for the well-known experimental data [L. G. S. Brooker et al., J. Am. Chem. Soc. 62, 1116 (1940)] for the absorption line s...

The overall current picture of elementary electron transfer in condensed matter, derived from the Landau–Zener type theories, is revised to incorporate, among other things, an unusual resonance between the electron and environmental nuclear reorganization motion. Here, we construct a radically new theory of photoinduced electron transfer (beyond th...

We have sketched the broad outlines of a new theory of elementary electron transfer in condensed matter in the light of which the nature of the well-known narrow optical J-band is due to an unusual resonance between the electron and environmental nuclear reorganization motion, not to averaging an environmental statistical disorder by the quickly mo...

A new approach is proposed for numerical calculations of optical line shapes for disordered molecular aggregates using the excitonic Hamiltonian. The method proposed previously for Gaussian disorder is generalized. A fluctuating origin of the energy scale is introduced as a new independent variable. The integration over this variable eliminates the...

A new theoretical approach for elementary electron transfer in condensed medium has been established, in which a failure of the Born-Oppenheimer and Franck-Condon approximations, and collective phenomena of the large number of tunnel and over-barrier transitions are of paramount importance. Experimental results obtained recently on temperature T de...

The phenomenon of superexchange through virtual phonons theoretically established earlier by the author is considered in the case of tunnel luminescence through the mechanism of elementary electron transfer from excited electronic states of aggregated organic molecules. From the theory it follows that the excitons of long wavelengths are highly sen...

The optical lineshapes were calculated for two-dimensional molecular aggregates in Langmuir films using our approach that increases greatly the efficiency of the numerical procedure. Calculations were performed for the aggregates with both periodic and free boundary conditions. In the case of the free boundary conditions, the calculated spectrum is...

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Greetings from editors! Currently, we are in the process of editing a forthcoming publication entitled “𝗚𝗹𝗼𝗯𝗮𝗹 𝗧𝗿𝗲𝗮𝘁𝗺𝗲𝗻𝘁 𝗦𝗰𝗲𝗻𝗮𝗿𝗶𝗼 𝗼𝗳 𝗛𝗼𝘀𝗽𝗶𝘁𝗮𝗹 𝗪𝗮𝘀𝘁𝗲𝘄𝗮𝘁𝗲𝗿-𝗖𝗮𝘀𝗲 𝗦𝘁𝘂𝗱𝗶𝗲𝘀” (for 𝗜𝗪𝗔 𝗣𝘂𝗯𝗹𝗶𝘀𝗵𝗶𝗻𝗴), and we invite scientists and scholars who are interested in this topic to join our team for these Book Chapters. Please let us know if you would like to submit your contribution.
✉ 𝗘𝗺𝗮𝗶𝗹𝘀 𝗼𝗳 𝗘𝗱𝗶𝘁𝗼𝗿𝘀:
Dr. Viola Vambol violavambol@gmail.com
Dr. Nadeem A Khan er.nadimcivil@gmail.com
*𝗡𝗼𝘁𝗲: Submission starts from 1st June 2021, and end dates 31st Sep 2021. Submission is Free, and No article processing charge (APC).
𝗞𝗲𝘆𝘄𝗼𝗿𝗱𝘀: Biological Treatment, Pharmaceuticals effluent, Hospital effluent, Public health risk, Treatment Plants, COVID-19
𝗧𝗮𝗯𝗹𝗲 𝗼𝗳 𝗖𝗼𝗻𝘁𝗲𝗻𝘁𝘀:
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Characteristics of typical Hospital effluent
Chapter 3: Major factors in contribution of drugs
Chapter 4: Type of healthcare, variations and its contribution in hospital effluent
Chapter 5: Pharmaceuticals measurements and its estimation methods.
Chapter 6: Health risk associated with hospital effluent
Chapter 7: Case studies of hospital effluent in Delhi Escort Heart hospitals on Urban wetland treatment plant.
7.1 Pollutant load associated with it and its estimation
7.2 Immediate health risk
Chapter 8: Case studies of hospital effluent in Ukraine on Urban treatment plant.
8.1 Pollutant load associated with it and its estimation
8.2 Immediate health risk
8.3 Full-scale plant case-studies.
Chapter 9: Case studies of hospital effluent in London on Urban treatment plant.
9.1 Pollutant load associated with it and its estimation
9.2 Immediate health risk
9.3 Full-scale plant case-studies.
Chapter 10: Case studies of hospital effluent in Canada and the USA on Urban treatment plant.
10.1 Pollutant load associated with it and its estimation
10.2 Immediate health risk
10.3 Full-scale plant case-studies.
Chapter 11: Final conclusive remark and future prospect.
Chapter 12: COVID-19 related issues due to pharmaceutical effluent.