Fwd: Nuclear Fission Theory and Chemical Reaction Theory in ECE



Subject: Nuclear Fission Theory and Chemical Reaction Theory in ECE
Date: Tue, 14 Apr 2009 04:53:28 EDT

The ECE papers of relevance here are _www.aias.us_ (http://www.aias.us) UFT numbers 5, 19, 20, 37, 38, 63 and spin connection resonance papers, also 78, 83, and 85. The work I am doing now on the Weyl and Dirac equations is also applicable to strong field theory for mixing of u and d quarks in the SU(2) quark model as described by Ryder on page 12 ff of his second e dition. Quarks are manifestations of spacetime geometry, as are the Dirac and Schroedinger equations. With Recami I have also described electrodynamics as an SU(3) theory. Any field can be described by an SU(n) repesentation space, but one must be careful to ensur ethat thsi makes sense in physics. For example, all wave equations of physics are also Dirac (SU(2) rep) equations by geometry, as in my latest postings on the blog of _www.aias.us_ (http://www.aias.us) . Nuclear fission theory is based on chemical reaction theory, which seeks the path of lowest potential. The first model is due to Gamov (1935), the incompressible liquid model. This was followed by Bohr and Wheeler in 1939, and Frenkel. There is a competition between the cohesive nuclear forces and Coulomb repulsion between protons. The extra information provided by ECE is spin connection resonance, which may be developed with the Schroedinger equation for example as in papers 63 and so on. This may be coded into existing computer packages. In fission, asymmetric mass division is observed. Models are based on the interaction f one particle with a background potential, which can be used in quantum mechanics of the nucleus. Energy levels of neutrons and protons are obtained, the levels group themselves into shells with magic numbers of nucleons. For protons and neutrons these are 2, 8, 20, 28, 50, 82 and 126. The deformation of U236 for example was first explained by Aage Bohr using an asymmetric background potential. The hybrid model of Sratinski (1967) has been successful, as has the Argonne scission point model. So the methods used in the above cited ECE papers form the basis for the application of spin connection resonance theory to fission theory and chemical reaction theory.

Hallo Professor Evans,

I have a few question to you. Your wave equation is valid for the strong force. T he strong force and the gravitional force are the same in SU3

1. Can you explain how a nuclear fission of U235 in your theory occur? 2. What is the reason in ECE-Theory for the deformation of the U236 nucleus? 3. What causes in your modell a spontanous fission? 4. How can the decay-constant of the /precursors)-atoms change? (a distance in spacetime vacuum becomes time-like!!!!)

Please give me the answers and very thanks to you


Walter Duschl from germany


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