Strong Interaction and Newtonian Potential Energy

Abstract

The central part of the nuclear potential energy is shown to depend on the interacting masses of the nuclear matter. This mass dependent potential energy reduces to the usual Newtonian potential energy of the interacting masses when both the interacting masses are more than a certain limiting mass. This strong potential energy results when both the interacting masses are less than the limiting mass. The potential energy is applied to two more systems here and out of which one nucleus is in the middle of periodic table.

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Raju, C. (2015) Strong Interaction and Newtonian Potential Energy. Journal of Modern Physics, 6, 1814-1819. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2015.613185.

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