The paper describes the development results on
one-dimensional (1D) asymptotic model of the formation kinetics for the objects
(clusters) of subnuclear (quark) and subatomic (nuclear) matters. A concept of
the objects distribution density wave φ(a, t)
in space of sizes a lies in the basis
for analytical description of the processes under consideration. The proposed
formalism makes it possible to describe in an adequate way the final outcomes
of the well-known catastrophic phenomena in the world of elementary particles.
Mass characteristics of different processes of approach to equilibrium in nuclear
reactions are calculated.
The aim of this work is to introduce a high performance cathode for magnesium-ion batteries. TiO2/reduced graphene oxide (rGO) composites were mixed in ball mill. The samples are charac- terized using XRD and SEM. The spex-milled composites exhibit better electrochemical perfor- mance with higher reversible capacity and excellent cyclability. The excellent electrochemical performance of TiO2/rGO composites is due to their unique structures, which intimately combine the conductive graphene nanosheets network with TiO2 nanoparticles and possess the characteristic parallel channels running along the  orientation, which allow easy Mg2+ transport. It was found that layered TiO2 and rGO nanosheets in the composite interlace with each other to form novel sandwich-structured microspheres, which exhibit preferable electrochemical performance in rechargeable Mg batteries.