Ultrarelativistic generalized Lorentzians and the cosmic ray energy flux
 Abstract
We show that the tentative application of the ultrarelativistic generalized Lorentzian energy distribution to the spectrum of cosmic ray flux provides evidence for either high TeV chemical potentials generated in the acceleration source region of the observed cosmic rays or the presence of hypothetical particles of rest high TeV rests mass. Such particles are not known in our accessible Universe at the accessible energies. If true they must have been produced in the cosmic ray sources. Conclusions of this kind clearly depend on the validity of the generalized Lorentzian distribution function, a possible though still hypothetical statistical mechanical equilibrium distribution that is occasionally encountered in observations, in application to cosmic rays.
 Further Information
 https://arxiv.org/abs/1703.02327
 BibTeX

@article{id2232, author = {Treumann, R. A. and Baumjohann, W.}, journal = {arXiv}, language = {en}, note = {Contribution to Cosmic Ray discussion and generalized Lorentzians}, pages = {5}, title = {Ultrarelativistic generalized Lorentzians and the cosmic ray energy flux}, url = {https://arxiv.org/abs/1703.02327}, volume = {1703.02327 [astroph.HE]}, year = {2017}, }
 EndNote

%O Journal Article %A Treumann, R. A. %A Baumjohann, W. %J arXiv %G en %O Contribution to Cosmic Ray discussion and generalized Lorentzians %P 5 %T Ultrarelativistic generalized Lorentzians and the cosmic ray energy flux %U https://arxiv.org/abs/1703.02327 %V 1703.02327 [astroph.HE] %D 2017