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On The Transport Theory of Classical Gases in Rindler Space

@article{Mitra2016OnTT,
  title={On The Transport Theory of Classical Gases in Rindler Space},
  author={Soma Mitra and Somenath Chakrabarty},
  journal={arXiv: General Physics},
  year={2016}
}
We have obtained the Vlasov equation and Boltzmann kinetic equation using Poisson bracket (classical Hamilton equation) and Rindler Hamiltonian. Further, we treat the whole Universe as a statistical system with galaxies as the point particle constituents in large scale structure. Since the collisions of galaxies are very rare phenomena, we assume that the gas with the constituents as point galaxies satisfy Vlasov equation. Considering the astrophysical catastrophic event, e.g., the creation of… 

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