Nuclear and Atomic Physics


A New Neutron Model

Authors: Kunwar Jagdish Narain

As we know, in nature, nothing occurs unnecessarily, e.g., our hearts beat persistently without having any source of infinite energy, not unnecessarily; there is an important purpose as to why they beat persistently, and they have special structure, unlike simple balloons of blood, that keeps them beating persistently and provides all the properties our hearts possess. And therefore, as neutrons possess persistent spin motion without having any source of infinite energy and several properties; there should positively be some important purpose as to why they possess persistent spin motion, and they should have special structure, unlike simple balloons of zero net charge, that keeps them spinning persistently and provides all the properties they possess. Presently, that special structure of neutrons has been determined. It enables to give very clear and complete explanation of all the properties the neutrons possess, e.g.: 1. Persistent spin motion; 2. Magnetic moment; 3. Electric dipole moment; 4. High penetrating power; 5. Distinguishable low and high energy ranges; 6. Why and how neutron has both unstable (in its free state) and stable (in nuclei) states; 7. How and what situation is created in nuclei such that the neutron becomes stable; 8. Why and how neutron decays after about 15 minutes, while the rest of all the unstable elementary particles decay within fraction of a second; 9. How, during beta decay, the beta particles, which are electrons are emitted from the nuclei while it is believed that electrons do not reside inside the nuclei; 10. Why and how beta particles, emitted from radioactive sources, have continuous energy spectrum.

Comments: 16 Pages. 1 Figure

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[v1] 2015-12-15 13:04:44
[v2] 2016-12-19 10:23:56

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