Quantum Gravity and String Theory

   

Nuclear Quantum Gravity – A First Review

Authors: Seshavatharam U.V.S, Lakshminarayana. S

To have a unified model of nuclear quantum gravity, it seems quite reasonable to consider a large nuclear gravitational constant, $G_s \cong \left(3.3\pm 0.03\right) times 10^{28}$ $m^3/kg/sec^2$ . In this context, we show practical applications pertaining to micro physics as well as macro physics. We would like to suggest that: (1) $G_s$ plays a crucial role in understanding quantum theory of light, photoelectric work functions, superconductivity, nuclear binding energy, nuclear root mean square charge radii, root mean square radius of proton, neutron life time, neutron-proton mass difference, nuclear stability, nuclear magnetic dipole moments, weak coupling angle, Fermi’s weak coupling constant, proton melting point and total energy of electron in Hydrogen atom etc.; (2) Nuclear binding energy can be understood with a single energy coefficient of magnitude 10 MeV. (3) Newtonian gravitational constant $G_N$ and the proposed $G_s$ play a joint role in understanding neutron star mass generation as well as proton mass generation; and (4) Considering $G_s$ as a characteristic feature of magnetism, celestial bodies ‘mass dependent’ magnetic dipole moments can be estimated. (5) Magnitude of $G_N$ can certainly be estimated from microscopic elementary physical constants.

Comments: 15 Pages. Dedicated to Dr. Abdus Salam sir

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