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Ho, V.B. (2016) On the Stationary Orbits of a Hydrogen-Like Atom.

has been cited by the following article:

  • TITLE: A Quantum Dynamics of Heisenberg Model of the Neutron Associated with Beta Decay

    AUTHORS: Vu B. Ho

    KEYWORDS: Quantum Dynamics, Beta Decay, Weak and Strong Interactions, Dirac Equations, Coulomb Potential, Yukawa Potential, MGESCP Potential, Differential Equations

    JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Modern Physics, Vol.10 No.9, August 2, 2019

    ABSTRACT: In this work we re-examine a model of the nucleons that involve the weak interaction which was once considered by Heisenberg; that is a neutron may have the structure of a dwarf hydrogen-like atom. We formulate a quantum dynamics for the Heisenberg model of the neutron associated with interaction that involves the beta decay in terms of a mixed Coulomb-Yukawa potential and the More General Exponential Screened Coulomb Potential (MGESCP), which has been studied and applied to various fields of physics. We show that all the components that form the MGESCP potential can be derived from a general system of linear first order partial differential equations similar to Dirac relativistic equation in quantum mechanics. There are many interesting features that emerge from the MGESCP potential, such as the MGESCP potential can be reduced to the potential that has been proposed to describe the interaction between the quarks for strong force in particle physics, and the energy spectrum of the bound states of the dwarf hydrogen-like atom is continuous with respect to distance. This result leads to an unexpected implication that a proton and an electron may also interact strongly at short distances. We also show that the Yukawa potential when restrained can generate and determine the mathematical structures of fundamental particles associated with the strong and weak fields.