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This paper discusses the discovery and study of the functional connection between the quark masses and their mixing parameters. That allowed calculating Cabibbo angle from the known values of the masses of two lower quarks. It has been established that mixing occurs not only among lower quarks, as it was known up to now, but the upper quarks, independently, do the same. A separate mixing angle is calculated for the latter. The existence of “two Cabibbo angles”, i.e. independent mixings of upper and lower quarks, is a strong argument in favor of models with not one, but with several Higgs bosons. Only taking into account such a link, it is possible to give the unified description of the dependence of the mass on the generation number for all charged fermions (except t-quark). It turns out that increments of values and N are linearly linked. (Here m and N—mass and generation number of fermion, A—common internal parameter of concerned fermions).
The present work was initiated to investigate how technology of preparation of nanocomposites (Co45Fe45Zr10) Z(Al2O3)1-Z affects their magneto-optical (MO) properties. The spectral, magnetic field and concentration dependences of the transversal Kerr effect (TKE) have been studied either for bulk or layer-by-layer deposited nanocomposites within a wide range of the ferromagnetic (FM) phase concentrations and for various thicknesses of layers. It was found that the MO response of the layer-by-layer deposited nanocomposites with compositions inside the percolation interval differs essentially from the one of the bulk composites and depends on the layer thicknesses. With decreasing thicknesses of layers the percolation threshold has been shifted towards the lower contents of the FM phase. In addition, it has been established that the size and shape of the granules inside the nanocomposite layer also depends on the layer thickness as well as the microstructure of the layer-by-layer sputtered composites considerably differs from the microstructure of the bulk nanocomposite.