Structure of the Atomic Nuclei in the Universe Model with Minimal Initial Entropy

Petro O. Kondratenko *

National Aviation University, Kyiv, Ukraine

*Author to whom correspondence should be addressed.


Abstract

In this paper we show on the base of new ideas about the origin and evolution of the Universe, that in three-dimensional space the fundamental particles should have electric charges equal to 0, ±e, ±2e, ±3e, what corresponds to the neutron and three pairs of light stable nuclei (hydrogen, helium, lithium). All heavy (Z ≥ 4) cores are presented in the form of molecular structures consisting of light nuclei; there are shown the reasons of instability of the nuclei in the ground and excited states. The hierarchy of bosons which are responsible for the interaction between particles in different hierarchical layers of fiber space Super-Universe is given.

 

Keywords: Heavy cores, light stable nuclei, excited states, hierarchy of bosons, three-dimensional space


How to Cite

O. Kondratenko, P. (2016). Structure of the Atomic Nuclei in the Universe Model with Minimal Initial Entropy. Physical Science International Journal, 12(3), 1–12. https://doi.org/10.9734/PSIJ/2016/28694

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