Nuclear and Atomic Physics

   

Atomic Particles Adhesion

Authors: Adham Ahmed Mohamed Ahmed

in the paper entitled unified field theory we have shown how electromagnetic waves attract each other to form bigger masses in this papet we will show how same sized masses and different sized masses work together same sized masses such as two protons are equaly competent for having space domains which is also equal to their equal strength to hold onto and fight for a space domain and so they stay together agglomerated at the distance separated by unneeded neutrons to fill the gap of electromagnetic waves forming the particles and then we have the unequal masses such as an electron and a proton these two have unequal competency to have space domains and they have unequal strength to hold onto and fight for a space domain and so the electron ends up going closer as much as possible to the proton

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