Nuclear and Atomic Physics

   

Nuclear Waves (Strong Interaction Wave and Weak Interaction Wave) and Related Problems

Authors: Fu Yuhua

Based on fractal landscapes of various waves, and fifteen kinds of waves caused by four fundamental interactions (forces), this paper discusses nuclear (force) waves (strong interaction wave and weak interaction wave) and related problems; such as: application of fractal method, properties of nuclear waves, certainty-uncertainty principles, conservation of parity and nonconservation of parity, a revision toGödel's incompleteness theorem, partial and temporary unified theory of four fundamental interactions so far, partial and temporary unified theory of nuclear (force) waves so far, and partial and temporary unified theory of natural science so far. Key words: Nuclear force, strong interaction, weak interaction, nuclear (force) wave, strong interaction wave, weak interaction wave, fractal, certainty-uncertainty principles, conservation of parity and nonconservation of parity, Gödel's incompleteness theorem, partial and temporary unified theory so far

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[v1] 2015-11-29 18:02:29

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