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    • Oliver Thewalt

      Scientists discover a surprising new way that protons can move among molecules

      Tags: proton, hydrogen, dna, rna, molecule

      • Oliver Thewalt

        Kanarev Electron Model - Physchemistry of Microworld

        Tags: kanarev, electron, proton, angular momentum, planck, constant, physchemistry, microworld

        • Oliver Thewalt

          There is an equivalence of matter and antimatter in the universe

          Michael Balmer, Quote: ”I am still amazed by the LHC (CERN) and that there is still the mystery of more matter than anti-matter...it is just not true,and that there are those that continue to say our universe is positively charged when that cannot be true,all of the existence is based on th...

          Tags: antimatter, matter, cern, lhc, higgs-field, dark-matter, antineutrino, cp-violation, fermions, neutron, proton, hydrogen, anti-proton

          • Oliver Thewalt

            Michael Balmer's notes: What is the life time of the proton?

                             What is the lifetime of the proton? an interesting question indeed,and it can probably be said that no one knows as fact but are willing to guess and it is for sure they cannot be proven incorrect since no one knows,so everyone give it...

            Tags: proton, life-time, decay, annihilation, neutron, quark, anti-quark, gluon, michael-balmer

            • Oliver Thewalt

              Michael Balmer's notes: Gluons

               Gluon, we can discuss physics from a cosmological prespectus but that would be to far to the right of zero on the graph of reality,this profund statement simply means by drawing a plane to the right and left of zero,everything to the right we graph Relativity,or Cosomology and Astrophysics ...

              Tags: gluon, strong force, nuclear force, proton, neutron, color-charge, swirl function, quarks, anti-quark, glueball, photon, quark-antiquark-pairs

              • Oliver Thewalt

                A view of the colorful microcosm within a proton

                Measurement of the transverse single-spin asymmetry in p↑+p→W±/Z0 at RHIC   STAR Collaboration: L. Adamczyk, J. K. Adkins, G. Agakishiev, M. M. Aggarwal, Z. Ahammed, I. Alekseev, A. Aparin, D. Arkhipkin, E. C. Aschenauer, A. Attri, G. S. Averichev, X. Bai, V. Bairathi, A. ...

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                • Oliver Thewalt

                  Michael Balmer's Notes: Radioactivity - Continuation

                  Quote from Michael Balmer's Facebook Profile, Note.the discussion of radioactivity ended last with the Nuclear Configuration of 85Sr Strontium as a decrease in the structure resulting in the radioativity of the element/atom, I gather it has been determined the difference in 87Sr and 85Sr,tough it...

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                  • Oliver Thewalt

                    Michael Balmer Notes about Radioactivity

                    By Michael BalmerThere are about 2,450 known isotopes of the approximately one hundred elements in the Periodic Table. You can imagine the size of a table of isotopes relative to that of the Periodic Table! The unstable isotopes lie above or below the Nuclear Stability Curve. These unstable isoto...

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                    • Oliver Thewalt

                      Michael Balmer's notes: Nuclear Configuration and the nuclear shell model

                      Author: Michael Balmer, MontclairThis is a  long and difficult subject to discuss, this reason is in the details that must be put forth to ensure a reasonable amount of understanding to those not familiar with the nuclear structure of atoms,most everyone knows what the principles of the nucl...

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