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Topic: neutron decay into proton+2nuclear-electrons inside a nucleus
Chapt13.3 Maxwell Equations deriving Strong Nuclear force #327 New Physics
#447 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed

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 glen herrmannsfeldt Posts: 323 Registered: 12/7/04
Re: neutron decay into proton+2nuclear-electrons inside a nucleus Chapt13.3 Maxwell Equations deriving Strong Nuclear force #328 New Physics #448 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed
Posted: Mar 26, 2012 5:24 PM

In sci.physics.electromag Archimedes Plutonium <plutonium.archimedes@gmail.com> wrote:

(snip, I wrote)
>> Nuclear shells are different from electron shells, but it happens
>> that 2 is again a magic number. Remember proton and neutron are
>> both spin 1/2, so two of each can go into a given level.

> Hi Glen, yes that makes me think, that I need to show the symmetrical
> Maxwell Equations makes the "nuclear shells" the same as the "electron
> shells"
> provided that the antiphoton = neutrino has 2 nuclear-electrons for
> every proton.

> Of course the nuclear-shells cannot be identical to the electron-
> shells because one has little space whereas the other is
> mostly space.

Mostly for that reason, electron shells come from a relatively
simple differential equation. Note the nice simple 2*N**2 form
for the electrons in each shell. Nuclear shells aren't so
simple, but they are still there.

> But perhaps the symmetrical Maxwell Equations
> can deliver not only the nuclear-shells and the neutrino as its
> messenger, but can deliver the factor of Space for the nuclear-shells
> versus the electron-shells.

(snip)

-- glen