Nuclear and Atomic Physics

   

The Analysis of the Beta Decay that Occurs in the Nucleus

Authors: sangwha Yi

In the special relativity theory and the quantum mechanics, if the -decay that occurs in the nucleus is analyzed by the Yukawa’s pion theory, a virtual electron and a virtual anti-neutrino move in the velocity in neutrons during the uncertainty time. If the nucleus give the enough energy a neutron, the virtual electron, the virtual anti-neutrino and a neutron do the free electron, the free anti-neutrino of the velocity and the proton. And a virtual positive electron and a virtual neutrino move in the velocity in protons during the uncertainty time. If the nucleus give the enough energy a proton, the virtual positive electron, the virtual neutrino and a proton do the free positive electron, the free neutrino of the velocity and a neutron.

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