Nuclear and Atomic Physics

   

Scattering Revisited

Authors: Ernesto López González

Background “Just waves�? is a new hypothesis that postulates that matter and energy could be formed by space-time waves in a six dimensional space with anisotropic curvature. Since this waves can be modified by the scattering procces I study the influence of these modifications in the form factor. Results According with the scattering energy particle-waves are just slightly deformed ( reducing their radius ), converted from spheres to plane disks ( so we change from a 3D Fourier transform to a 2D Fourier transform) and compressed by a geometric series of factor 2. These mechanisms depend not only on the energy exchanged, but also on the energy of the incident particles, as well as on the speed of the particle to be studied. After successfully applying these ideas to proton, neutron, pion and muon form factor it is concluded that there is an optimal range of energies for each particle (increasing it indefinitely only leads to the erroneous conclusion that they have no internal structure). Transverse charge density is recommended as the best method for their study. Existence of quarks is denied and an explanation is given to the discrepancy between residual strong nuclear force measurements and maximum binding energies per nucleon.

Comments: 32 pages (On spanish)

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