Role of Four Gravitational Constants in Nuclear Structure

  • U V S Seshavatharam I-SERVE, Hitech City, Hyderabad, India
  • S Lakshminarayana Department of Nuclear Physics, Andhra University, AP, India
Keywords: Four Gravitational Constants, Nuclear Structure, Higgs’s Fermion

Abstract

This paper attempts to understand the role of the four gravitational constants in the nuclear structure which
helps in understanding the nuclear elementary charge, the strong coupling constant, nuclear charge radii,
nucleon magnetic moments, nuclear stability, nuclear binding energy and Neutron life time. The three assumed atomic gravitational constants help in understanding neutron-proton stability. Electromagnetic and nuclear gravitational constants play a role in understanding proton-electron mass ratio, Bohr radius and characteristic atomic radius. With reference to the weak gravitational constant, it is possible to predict the existence of a weakly interacting fermion of rest energy 585 GeV, called Higg’s fermion. Cosmological ‘dark matter’ research and observations can be carried out in this direction also.

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Published
2019-01-01
Section
Research Articles