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Atom bindings

Studies and tests of atomic structure

Until further notice, I have this hypothesis, on the background of the following studies.

Atomic nucleus nucleons are bound together by bindings, as is constructed in an orden-system:
A, B, C, D binding to increasing size.
Example: 105A + 60B + 30C + 15D = an atom binding structure.

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There are several variants of the same atom with the same number of nucleons but with different binding number and they have a different atomic mass and binding energy.

He4 is a chemical element and also alpha radiation.

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All angles are 60 degrees centered and is strongest binding link equally spread at each nucleon and is last atomic nucleus with clean A. links.

Alfa links are dominating in the atomic nucleus binding structure and are distinctly seen in the heavy end of the atom card 1 where the binding structure is weak.

You should be aware of that alpha radiation is not common radiation and is due to adjustments in core binding structures.

The first 10 nucleons accounts for about 80% of the binding energy atom card 4

As the binding links in the atomic nucleus are put on top of one another A, B, C, D, E, F, G will the atomic nucleus slowly weakening and there is a limit to how big an atomic nucleus can be.
see core card 1

Nucleon stability energy is falling down to A56; hereafter rising which is expected to be two parameters intersecting along core card 4

Atom card1

...........Nuclear card 1


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Atom card 2
An atom(A), follow a vertical line

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Atom card 3
The map shows the distribution of stable variants.

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Atom card 4
The map shows the atomic mass (m / A) for stable nuclei.

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I have chosen to take this old test trials with because it shows that the core has a system which does not necessarily have anything to do with protons or neutrons.

Nuclear test

I have taken them with to get an evaluation of the particles.

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An elementary particle has both a reaction and a process time, here are given total time (reaction time calculated: radius divided by the speed of light)

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Elementary particles Hypothesis
When a proton collapses nearly stabilization point is electrons.
The reaction time is tp= pr /c = 5,3 * 10-24seconds.
The reaction time the electron is te = er /c = 4,3 * 10-25 second.

The Universe.

Classic big bang.

Mass formation.

Atom structure.

Atom binding.

Molecular binding.

Particle radiation

Magnetic fields.

Mass attraction.

Conclusion.

Micro physics

 


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