Quantum Theory / Particle Physics
July 10, 2017
Following the ideas presented by the Alternative Theory to the Standard Model this post focuses on nuclear forces.
The location of electric charge in the nucleons is discussed as well as the circumstances that allow that those electrical charges may originate forces that identify themselves with nuclear forces. They are strong enough to overcome by far the electric repulsive forces between protons at short distances and they disappear at the distance of a fermi. On the other hand the binding energy of the deuteron, the nucleus composed of two nucleons, a neutron and a proton is equal to 2.21 MeV. These extraordinarily burdensome requirements are fully satisfied by the assumptions of this Theory.