dimanche 31 mai 2015

Anomalous scattering

  The Bohr model is not applicable to the nucleus because, unlike the atom, the nucleus has no nucleus. Let us consider the simplest bound nucleus, the deuteron. Although the neutron contains electric charges of no net charge, the neutron-proton attraction remains ignored in mainstream nuclear physics. This attractive force between the proton and the neutron is equilibrated by the magnetic repulsion between the proton and the neutron where the magnetic moments are opposite and collinear. It has been proved by the... [Lire la suite]