ISSN 0005-2531 (Print) ISSN 2522-1841 (Online)
MACROSCOPIC COHERENCE IN SYNCHRONIZED CHEMICAL REACTIONS: THE WAY TO SELF-ORGANIZING CHEMICAL SYSTEMS
T.M.Nagiev

 

Chemistry is on the brink of establishing self-organizing and self-assembling chemical systems where algorithms allowing a group of chemical reactions to combine in an ensemble to obtain a final product in a single reaction medium with high selectivity in a short time are implemented. The synthesis of a target product in a living organism at the cellular level is carried out practically in no time, and this is possible only in conditions coherently synchronized reactions, that represent the ensemble of the chemical reactions at the cellular level. Unfortunately, these reactions have not been practically implemented to enable the development of similar chemical systems, probably due to the lack of adequate theories explaining the working principles of enzyme ensembles (unlike the working principles of individual enzymes). Developed macroscopic theory of the coherently synchronized chemical reactions has been adequately corroborated by experimental studies. Here we propose an experimentally corroborated model of the coherently synchronized reactions and its mathematical apparatus, consisting of determinant equation and coherent correlation. Thus, self-organization of reaction ensemble can be intensified and weakened simultaneously and, therefore, inducing macroscopic coherence, may be suggested as the basis for the principle by which a number of enzymatic ensembles are organized.

 

Keywords : coherence synchronized chemical reactions, self-organizing chemical systems
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