Nuclear and Atomic Physics

1109 Submissions

[5] viXra:1109.0068 [pdf] submitted on 29 Sep 2011

Cordus Process Diagrams: Symbolic Representation of Annihilation Mechanics

Authors: D.J. Pons
Comments: 14 pages

We introduce a new system-modelling representation for the interaction of particules with internal structures (hidden variable solutions). This is an improvement on Feynman diagrams that only represent points and limited information about state. The notation is able to represent key variables describing the internal states, such as phase and the three dimensional discrete field structures. The latter include the cordus hyff emission directions (HEDs). With this method it is possible to model the different stages in an interaction processes. It is applied to the cordus annihilation mechanics, and the resulting models qualitatively distinguish between the parapositronium and orthopositronium annihilation phenomena.
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[4] viXra:1109.0047 [pdf] replaced on 2014-02-20 03:01:25

Annihilation Mechanisms

Authors: Dirk J. Pons, Arion D. Pons, Aiden J. Pons
Comments: 24 Pages. Pons DJ, Pons AD, Pons AJ (2014) Annihilation mechanisms. Applied Physics Research 6 (2):28-46. http://dx.doi.org/10.5539/apr.v6n2p28

This paper develops an ontologically rich explanation of the inner mechanics of the annihilation process, starting from a non-local hidden-variable (NLHV) design. This explains the process in terms of the handedness of matter and antimatter, the interaction of the electron and antielectron as they approach, the collapse of their discrete force structures and their reformation into photon structures. The process is more one of remanufacture than destruction. The resulting Cordus theory successfully explains para- and ortho-positronium annihilation. It explains the different photons output, the relative difference in lifetimes, and why Bhabha scattering sometimes happens instead. The theory exposes a deeper common mechanism for annihilation, pair-creation, and bonding.
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[3] viXra:1109.0045 [pdf] submitted on 20 Sep 2011

Contrasting Internal Structures: Photon and Electron

Authors: D.J. Pons
Comments: 9 pages

We develop a conceptual model for the internal structures of the photon and electron, based on the cordus model. The main differentiating feature between the photon and electron is identified as the way it deals with its field structures or hyff. The photon has a fibrillating relationship with its field, whereas the electron is a pulsating field-pump. The resulting model permits an explanation of the discrete (approximately quantised) electrostatic force, the propulsion mechanism for the speed of light, and the gravitational bending of light. These are side-effects and the larger advantage of this model is the potential to explain photon-electron interactions generally.
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[2] viXra:1109.0014 [pdf] replaced on 12 Oct 2011

Particle Consistency of Microscopic and Macroscopic Motion

Authors: Yongfeng Yang
Comments: 8 pages.

The scenario of particle has been greatly written in the past, but its incompleteness is so serious that the connection of microscopic and macroscopic world is broken. The 19th century's experiment by both Perrin and Thomson is unable to prove whether the cathode rays are negatively charged or not. Here we propose, the particles of an atom are organized in a series of hierarchical two-body systems to orbit, wave-like movement demonstrated in double-slit experiment is nothing but an aggregation of the movement of many fine particles. Along with previous work, it is hopeful to see that hierarchical two-body gravitation may unify different level structures and their motion together.
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[1] viXra:1109.0009 [pdf] submitted on 6 Sep 2011

Mirror Images: Matter and Antimatter

Authors: D.J. Pons
Comments: 15 pages

Existing theories of physics struggle to explain the difference between matter and antimatter in ways that make physical sense. This paper offers a reconceptualisation based on the cordus conjecture. We create a new concept of handedness, called ma, and an operational definition based on the energisation sequence of the cordus reactive-ends. Each reactive end for a stable matter particuloid, e.g. the electron, has three orthogonal hyff. The hand of these is held to be the same for all matter particuloids, whether positive or negative charge. For all antimatter particuloids the hand is inverted. The inversion also changes the direction of the hyff, and thus reverses the charge, but this is a secondary effect. This cordus concept permits models to be created differentiating between the electron, proton, and antielectron (positron). This explains why the antielectron is very different to the proton despite the same charge, and why the photon does not have an antiparticle. It also allows the wider integration of bonding and annihilation as manifestations of a single deeper mechanics.
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