Nuclear and Atomic Physics

   

A Figure of Atomic Nucleus Structure and the Nuclear Force

Authors: Terubumi Honjo

The proton releases an electron and turns into a neutron. The neutron absorbs an electron and turns into a proton. Both are the same elementary particles varying in a pulsatile timing. * A neutron is combined with a pulsating proton by nuclear force. * A proton and the neutron pulsate.  The crest and the valley of wave.  The valley and the valley. * When both came into contact, nuclear force acts. * The nuclear force is a compression power from dark energy. * A proton and the neutron look different in a pulsatile timing in the same elementary particle. * When both the proton and the neutron are even number units, it is boson. * When both the proton and the neutron are an odd number unit, it is fermion. * A proton and neutrons pulsate in 4-dimensions space. The mass is zero. By a wave trip. * The valley of the ripple due to the pulsation of the nucleon is an orbit, and the electron goes around the orbit. A proton and a neutron, the electron are existing particles. * The elementary particle pulsation principle describes a nuclear force, gravity, electromagnetism power integrally.

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