Electric and Magnetic Coulomb Potentials in the Deuteron

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Bernard Schaeffer

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After one century of nuclear physics, the underlying fun- damental laws of nuclear physics are still missing. Bohr had found a formula for the H atom and another for the H2 molecule but no equivalent formula exists for the deuteron 2H. The only known Coulomb interaction in a nucleus by the mainstream nuclear physics is the long range repulsion between protons, forgetting that the neutron contains elec- tric charges with no net charge. The neutron is attracted by the proton in a way discovered two millenaries ago by the Greeks. This attraction is equilibrated by the repulsion between the opposite magnetic moments of the proton and of the neutron in the deuteron. The bare application of ge- ometry together with electric and magnetic Coulomb’s in- teractions accounts for the binding energy of the deuteron, without fitting, with only 4 per cent discrepancy, proving the electromagnetic nature of the nuclear energy. 

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Schaeffer, B. (2013, September 27). Electric and Magnetic Coulomb Potentials in the Deuteron. Advanced Electromagnetics, 2(1), 69-72. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.7716/aem.v2i1.218
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