Anomalous Mass of the Neutron Explained Through the Model "N=P+S"
|Title||Anomalous Mass of the Neutron Explained Through the Model \"N=P+S\"|
|Keywords||Neutron, Anomalous Mass|
A new model of the neutron n=p+s is proposed, where s is the selectron, a particle postulated by the Supersymmetry. The Nuclear Physics works with two models of the neutron. The Yukawa's model has several disadvantages (the most grave is the violation of the mass-energy conservation, although the theorists tried to justify it through the Heisenberg's uncertainty principle), because his model cannot explain some phenomena. The quark model (d,u,d) also cannot explain other sort of phenomena, and then the theorists use the two models, sometimes they use the Yukawa's model, and sometimes they use the quark model. However, they are two incompatible models, and it is difficult to believe that Nature works through the use of two incompatible models for the production of phenomena.
The theorists have abandoned the old Rutherford?s model of neutron because it seems that it cannot be reconciled with some principles of Quantum Mechanics. Nevertheless, herein it is shown that Rutherford's model can be reconciled with the principles of QM when we introduce the hypothesis of the helical trajectory.