Stanislav Ordin

Building the foundations of polymer thermoelectronics became possible only after the correction of thermodynamic errors in traditional, semiconductor electronics. It was these errors that determined the saturation of its operating parameters of semiconductor electronic devices, in particular, the saturation of the maximum clock frequency of processors. But even if in semiconductors, although these thermodynamic errors manifested themselves not only in the instrumental, but also in the technological aspect, they did not prohibit semiconductor electronics themselves.

Whereas, without eliminating thermodynamic errors, the technology of polymers itself made it possible to create only a limited range of materials with low electrical conductivity – materials with low leakage currents, and not polymers with different types of conductivity required for electronics and with given potential barriers for current carriers. In this work, it is shown that there are no fundamental prohibitions either on the creation of polymers with high conductivity, or on the creation of thermionic devices based on them. It’s just that ALL polymer physics is “stuck” on the use of flat electron orbitals, which Pauling introduced for “two-dimensional” graphite and for which he received the Nobel Prize. But, Pauling himself, as an honest scientist, having discovered his mistake, tried to correct it by introducing “curved” orbitals for graphite itself. Now, after the restoration of the Planck-Einstein Quantization, it is shown how to get the correct orbitals instead of the mystical Schrödinger wave functions [1, 2, 3].

  1. Stanislav Ordin, «Gaps and Errors of the Schrödinger Equation»», Journal of Materials and Polymer Science (J mate poly sci), 2022; 2(3): p. 1-6.
  2. Stanislav Vladimirovich Ordin, Book: “FOUNDATIONS OF Planck-Einstein Quantization (Thematic collection of recent studies reviewed in scientific journals).” LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, 2021, ISBN 978-620-4-21066-7, 110 pp.
  3. Stanislav Ordin, “Foundations of Quantization Principles”. Jenny Stanford Publishing Pte Ltd, 2023, 235 рр.

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