Nuclear and Atomic Physics


To Understand the Elementary Nuclear Physics and Quantum Physics in the Light of Final Unification

Authors: U. V. S. Seshavatharam1, B. Ramanuja Srinivas2, T. Rajavardhanarao3, P. Kalyanai4

Boldly it is possible to show that, 1) There exists a strong interaction elementary charge of magnitude, es~4.720586603E-19 C and squared ratio of electromagnetic and strong interaction charges is equal to the strong coupling constant. 2) Like quarks, the strong interaction elementary charge is experimentally undetectable and can be called as ‘invisible elementary nuclear charge’. 3) There exists a gravitational constant associated with strong interaction, Gs~3.329561213E28 m3/kg/sec2; 4) There exists a gravitational constant associated with electromagnetic interaction, Ge~2.374335685E37 m3/kg/sec2; Considering the proposed strong interaction elementary charge, magnetic moments of proton and neutron can be understood. Considering the proposed electromagnetic and strong gravitational constants currently believed quantum constants can be quantified and can be shown to be secondary physical constants. Based on these points, in this paper, an attempt is made to understand the mystery of origin of elementary particle rest masses, magnetic moments and quantum nature of electron in hydrogen atom. Proceeding further, the authors developed simple procedure for understanding stable atomic nuclides’ mass number and their corresponding nuclear binding energy.

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