Nuclear and Atomic Physics

   

The “HIGGS” from Anti-Neutrons and Neutrons

Authors: Glenn A. Baxter

The new anti-neutron, first proposed in 2011 [16], and ordinary neutrons, are both without electric charge, and are therefore rather difficult to accelerate and/or impact together in a high energy collider sufficient to cause annihilation, and thus create a 100% energy “Higgs” styled Boson, such Bosons arguably representing all of the mass in the universe. This very high energy impact combination was first suggested during conversation, publicly, by U.K. chemist R. Guy Grantham, MRSC, on 25 August 2011. [18] This writer had proposed, previously [16], a simple universal theory/model of the atom composed of anti-neutrons, electrons, positrons, and neutrinos, which better explains fusion, fission, radioactivity, electromagnetic radiation, gravity, electric force, magnetic force, and the strong force. Dr. D. Sasso’s recent formalisms for electrons, positrons, and photons [19] are adopted herein to better describe the author’s original 2011 anti-neutron model of the atom. [16]

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