New Atomic Nucleus Model

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New Atomic Nucleus Model
« on: 05/09/2011 11:26:08 »
Here, I would like to propose a new atomic nucleus model.

The arrangement of proton(+-) and neutron(YN) should be:


In proton group, + means clockwise spin and - means counterclockwise spin. Because the static Coulomb electricity repulsion, only opposite spin protons can be put together. If there is no opposite spin, the two protons will repluse each other and they won't stay in nucleus. In addition, if there is no net force and no net acceleration, proton won't emit radiation.

In neutron group, Y means clockwise spin and N means counterclockwise spin. Because neutron also have magnetic moment, the opposite spin can let neutrons to form a group.

One proton must be paired with one neutron. Proton and neutron pair must exchange pion particle for the weak-like SU(2) interaction. If neutron is unbound or free, neutron will undergo beta decay. Then, neutron won't be stable. In addition, neutron-proton pion interaction can also let protons to stay in nucleus.

Protons make a line and neutrons make the other line. The two line rotate in opposite direction. This is because protons and neutrons hace opposite magnetic moment. If they (the two lines) rotate in opposite direction, the magnetic force between them can attract them together to make a nucleus. And, the spinity field produced by neutrons and protons can cancel each other.

This model explains why most rest nucleus is prolate shape(like American football). In addition, when the two lines are rotating, the nucleus will like a oblate sphere. This explain the normal atomic nucleus shape!

If the atom nucleus is like this, the orbiting electrons can receive the full charges of protons. If some protons are hidden in proton sphere, these hidden protons will be screened out by outside protons. Thus, this alignment is most reasonable. Because of the coulomb repulsive force, the protons won't be grouped to form a sphere. They can only form a line. However, neutrons may form a sphere-like pattern due to gravity attraction. Thus, when atom number increases, there may be more neutrons needed to form a stable nucleus in order to cancel out each other's spinnity.