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Speaker:
Stoyan Sarg
Structural Models of Elementary Particles and Atomic Nuclei

Date: 2010-06-26 Time: 09:00 - 17:00 9.9 (9 years 11 months ago)

Where: Long Beach, CA, United States Venue: The Pointe, Cal State Long Beach


Description

The atlas of Atomic Nuclear Structure ? a major outcome from BSM-SG unified theory shows the derived superfine material structure of the elementary particles and the geometrical arrangement of protons and neutrons in the atomic nuclei. It suggests explanations for following problems:
  • Structure of the electron defining its quantum mechanical interactions with the space fabrics
  • How the 3D structures of atomic nuclei define the electron shells and valences?
  • The nuclear signature of Hund?s rule and Pauli exclusion principle
  • Why Lanthanides and Actinides form separate rows in Periodic Table?
  • Why some isotopes are unstable?
  • Why elements with higher atomic numbers decay mostly by alpha decay?
  • How the atoms are arranged in molecules and what defines the angular positions of the bonds corresponding to VSEPR models in Chemistry?
Examples of BSM-SG atomic models applications: simple molecules O2,O3, CO2; conformations of C4H4 molecule; H2O molecule and its unknown state that probably is the Brown Gas; carbon atom arrangements in nanotubes and graphene; signatures of BSM atomic models obtained by electron microscopy.