Grzanna, J.; Lewerenz, H.-J.: Analogy between electrochemical oscillations and quantum physical processes. Journal of Physics : Conference Series 490 (2014), p. 012119/1-4
. In (photo) electrochemical oscillations, the discretization of phase oscillators leads to a sequence of time dependent oscillator density functions which describe the passing of the oscillators through their minimum at each cycle. Two consecutive oscillator density functions are connected by a Markov process represented by a linear integral equation of second order which is homogeneous in the case of sustained oscillations. The kernel of the integral equation is a normalized Greens Function and represents the probability density for the periods of the oscillators. Both together, the oscillator density function and the two-dimensional probability density for the periods of the oscillators define a random walk. The relation of the model to the holographic principle is discussed briefly. Further, a detailed analysis of a kernel of the integral equation leads to a frequency distribution g for the period length. Additionally, it is possible to determine the energy E in dependence on the period length from the electrochemical process. The product g E shows qualitatively the same behaviour as the radiation of a black body, indicating that the discretization of phase oscillators, when represented by phase space analysis, show an analogy to quantum processes.