Sunqm-3s8: Using {N,n} QM to Study Sun’s Internal Structure, Convective Zone Formation, Planetary Differentiation and Temperature R-Distribution

Authors: Yi Cao

From previous papers, using Bohr’s formula rn = r1 * n^2, we found that Sun’s internal structure is correlated to {N,n} QM. In current paper, we find that Sun’s internal structure and mass density is formed according to the QM probability density curve’s peaks. This result confirms that the formation of Sun and all planets are based on Schrodinger equation and solution! According to Sun QM’s probability density r-distribution, Sun’s internal structure has been predicted as one Earth-sized core plus 5 shells, each with mass density about 160000, 75000, 45000, 25000, 12000, and 6000→ 0 kg/m^3 from center to edge of the Sun. In Sun’s {0,1}o orbit shell, the radiative zone belongs to the {-1,n=6..9}o orbit shells, and the convective zone belongs to {-1,n=10..11}o orbit shells. The onset of convection in {-1,11}o and {-1,10}o orbit shells might have caused the onset of two “snowball Earth” periods in the Earth history. The further analysis of Solar {N,n} QM structure shows that the melting (or convection) of the {-1,n=1..5}o super shell causes elements repositioned as Au, Pb mainly inside {-1,1} Earth-sized core, Fe mainly in {-1,1}o orbit shell, O, C, Ne, mainly in the {-1,2}o orbit shell, He mainly in {-1,n=3..4}o orbit shells, and H mainly in the {-1,5}o orbit shell. As the result, inside the Sun’s inner core, the H-fusion is not happening everywhere, but only in {-1,5}o orbit shell. The apparent temperature at Sun surface (=5800 K) is due to that ions shooting out of the Sun surface (at vrms =4.37E+5 m/s) are all in +r dimension and lost the micro randomness, so that this vrms no longer associated with the temperature.

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[v1] 2018-08-29 22:13:40

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