Comments on Ramifications of Nuclear Structure
|Title||Comments on Ramifications of Nuclear Structure|
|Journal||Journal of Classical Physics|
According to Gulko, element nuclei are created by a succession of neutron 'captures'. Initially (at very high temperatures as immediately after the 'big bang' inception of the universe) a hydrogen proton captures a neutron on each of two opposite sides. Beta emission of an electron becomes another orbiting electron. The capture of another neutron produces helium.