June 07, 2012 4 min read
According to contemporary scientific notions, any substance has an electromagnetic nature. In turn, the structural crystal lattice body of any substance represents a certain ordered periodic field structure. This thought was expressed for the first time by the Austrian physicist, and one of the founders of quantum physics, Nobel laureate Erwin Schrodinger: ìI am inclined to regard the entire structure of a crystal lattice as something very akin to de Broglieís standing wave. This lattice can be treated in a similar wayî. Any ordered material structure creates a periodic field (superposition) with an electromagnetic nature and is supported by that same field. Each directive change of the structurally-subordinated parameters of this field causes similar corrections in the characteristics of the material structure generating it.