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28 September 2011 Planck's constant h not only governs atomic shell energies, moreover, is also responsible for the neutrons and protons internal structure (charge and size)
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Planck's constant h is made responsible for the neutron's and proton's internal structure. Heavy discrepancies between the neutron's inherent magnetic flux and the smallest magnetic flux in physics Φo pose this problem. To solve the oxymoron without joggling on natural constants this led to a new model for protons and neutrons; no quark model was used. Basic results are: The neutron consists of a highly charged ( Q.e) central core mass X ( 292,5 [MeV/c2] ) surrounded by tetrahedral grouped πo mesons. Nuclear forces are repelling. Coulomb forces between the core and the mesons keep the system in balance. The neutron system keeps its balance by bubbling out electrons from the core. At Q = 208 the free neutron becomes a proton, an electron is emanated to the outside world; an internal charge asymmetry occurs leading to confiscating core charges; the system shrinks. At Q = 47 the proton system comes to rest. The magnetic moment of the proton could be worked out analytically from the neutron's value. The naked core mass X could be a cue to the puzzle "dark matter".
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E. H. Berloffa "Planck's constant h not only governs atomic shell energies, moreover, is also responsible for the neutrons and protons internal structure (charge and size)", Proc. SPIE 8121, The Nature of Light: What are Photons? IV, 81210D (28 September 2011); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.892323
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