Gravitational Force is a Type of Physical Interaction between Gluon Fields: Molecular Motions of Gases

C. G. Sim *

Department of Semiconductor Mechanical Engineering, University of Chungbuk Health & Science, CheongJu 28150, South Korea.

*Author to whom correspondence should be addressed.


Abstract

This study presents a Gluon Gravity Model, to explain the mechanism of gravity. With the development of quantum chromodynamics since 1970, Newton's law of universal gravitation and Einstein's theory of general relativity need to be reinterpreted. Like an electric charge causes an electric field, the color charges in quantum chromodynamics were introduced into the gravitational field. The gluons mediating strong force can bring about a new color field around the strong force field owing to their color charges. This new color field of charges becomes a gravitational field in Gluon Gravity Model. This model is supported by the facts that most of the atomic mass is composed of the gluon field energy and the similarity between the two formulas of Coulomb's law and Newton's laws of universal gravitation. Additionally, it is possible to explain the gas molecular motions by applying the Gluon Gravity Model to the gluon fields within a proton.

Keywords: gluon field, gravity, color charge, gas molecular motions, vacuum polarization, proton acceleration, quantum fluctuation.


How to Cite

Sim, C. G. 2021. “Gravitational Force Is a Type of Physical Interaction Between Gluon Fields: Molecular Motions of Gases”. Physical Science International Journal 25 (6):64-70. https://doi.org/10.9734/psij/2021/v25i630266.

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