We study the properties of the n-volumic scalar curvature in this note. Lott-Sturm-Villani's curvature-dimension condition CD(κ,n) was showed to imply Gromov's n-volumic scalar curvature ≥nκ under an additional n-dimensional condition and we show the stability of n-volumic scalar curvature ≥κ with respect to smGH-convergence. Then we propose a new weighted scalar curvature on the weighted Riemannian manifold and show its properties.
We define the smooth Lipschitz topology on the moduli space and show that each conformal class is dense in the moduli space endowed with Gromov-Hausdorff topology, which offers an answer to Tuschmann’s question.
We define enlargeable length-structures on closed topological manifolds and then show that the connected sum of a closed n-manifold with an enlargeable Riemannian length-structure with an arbitrary closed smooth manifold carries no Riemannian metrics with positive scalar curvature. We show that closed smooth manifolds with a locally CAT(0)-metric which is strongly equivalent to a Riemannian metric are examples of closed manifolds with an enlargeable Riemannian length-structure. Moreover, the result is correct in arbitrary dimensions based on the main result of a recent paper by Schoen and Yau. We define the positive MV-scalar curvature on closed orientable topological manifolds and show the compactly enlargeable length-structures are the obstructions of its existence.