Nuclear and Atomic Physics

   

Studies on the Formation and the Nuclear Structure of an Atom

Authors: Nakyoung Seong

A new approach on the formation and the nuclear structure of an atom and its components are developed throughout the following paper. We provided more intuitive interpretations of the physical phenomena that can be found in the nature of the atom, which can be quite controversial with the orthodox view and the interpretations in modern physics. Readers can expect the original viewpoints and explanations on the atomic nuclei and its foundations from the three-dimensional nuclear structure of the atom and interpretations of phenomena. Most of the ideas provided in this paper can be seen as unconventional since the portions of bases are fairly the opposite of the established notions. However, the three-dimensional nuclear structure of an atom presents more plausible and practical interpretations on the physical phenomena compared to the current the field of physics can provides. Potential future applications and the necessary scientific proofs to strengthen the theories are discussed.

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[v1] 2019-06-04 01:29:38
[v2] 2019-06-17 20:11:00

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