Enter the content which will be displayed in sticky bar


Characteristics of High-Density Charge Clusters: A Theoretical Model

Shang-Xian Jin
Hal Fox
Year: 1996
Keywords: High-Density Charge Clusters
A mathematical model of charged clusters (Shoulders\' EV\'s) is presented that shows the stability is due to a helical vortex ring possessing an extraordinary poloidal circulation. In this nonrelativistic calculation, the poloidal filament would have to be thin. A spherical electron cluster is unstable and would ten dot form into a toroid by a force balance relationship. The calculation shows that the energy density of the poloidal filament in a charge cluster is a hundred times higher than in a supernova explosion.
Your membership status does not allow you to participate in discussion or see all comments.

There are no discussions at this time.