- L. Kreidik and G. Shpenkov, ATOMIC STRUCTURE OF MATTER-SPACE, Geo. S., Bydgoszcz, 2001, 584 p.
- L. Kreidik and G. Shpenkov, FOUNDATIONS OF PHYSICS; 13.644...Collected Papers, Geo. S., Bydgoszcz, 1998, 272 p.
- L. Kreidik and G. Shpenkov, ALTERNATIVE PICTURE OF THE WORLD, Vol. 1-3, Geo. S., Bydgoszcz, 1996, (158, 164 and 186 pages)
- G. Shpenkov, FRICTION SURFACE PHENOMENA, ELSEVIER Science Publishers B.V., Tribology Series 29, Amsterdam, 1995, 343 p.
- G. Shpenkov, PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY OF FRICTION (in Russian), Universitetskoe, Minsk, 1991, 397 p.
- G. Shpenkov, PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY OF FRICTION (in Russian), Universitetskoe, Minsk, 1978, 208 p.
- George Shpenkov, SOME WORDS ABOUT FUNDAMENTAL PROBLEMS OF PHYSICS, LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, 2012 (English and Russian versions).
- G. P. Shpenkov, AN ELUCIDATION OF THE NATURE OF THE PERIODIC LAW, Chapter 7 in a book "The Mathematics of the Periodic Table", edited by Rouvray D. H. and King R. B., NOVA SCIENCE PUBLISHERS, NY, 119-160, 2006 (Link).
- G. P. Shpenkov, PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY OF CARBON IN THE LIGHT OF SHELL-NODAL ATOMIC MODEL, Chapter 12 in a book "Quantum Frontiers of Atoms and Molecules", edited by Putz M. V., NOVA SCIENCE PUBLISHERS, New York, 277-323, 2011 (Link).
The structure of matter always is the principal point of natural science. As one of the levels of the Universe, atoms and their internal structure are inseparable from the structure of the Universe on the whole. Accordingly, atoms cannot be considered separately from the general structure of matter, space, and time that is the principal feature of this monograph. A general theory of matter-space-time and of the wave fields of exchange of matter-space and rest-motion are considered on the basis of dialectical philosophy, logic, and mathematics. This theory represents by itself, in essence, a unified field theory because a single set of equations is used here to obtain and predict all characteristics of fundamental interactions.
The purpose of this book is to show to the reader that the World can be described from a point of view different from those usually accepted. It contains 13 papers with new original ideas and with an analysis of the erroneous concepts of quantum mechanics.
The book consists of three volumes.
Chapter 1. Mathematical expression of the main categories of philosophy and logic.
Chapter 2. Kinematics and dynamics of exchange.
Chapter 3. Structure of Space of the Universe.
Chapter 4. Electrostatic and electromagnetic fields.
Chapter 5. Particles and exchange in an electromagnetic field.
Chapter 6. Atomic structure of matter-space-time and physical properties of substance.
Chapter 7. Physics and philosophy.
ELSEVIER Science Publishers B.V., Tribology Series 29, Amsterdam, 1995, 343 p.