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Qualitative nuclear structures in terms of clusters of quarks

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It appears that the formation of atomic nuclei may occur via pair formation between u quarks and d quarks. Protons and neutrons appear in a nucleus as a result of simple harmonic motion executed by the paired quarks about each other. This shows that quarks are more fundamental than protons and neutrons to the building of atomic nuclei.
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Keywords: Cause of Instability of Radioactive Nuclei; Quarks as Building Blocks of Nuclei; Stability of Isolated Protons and Neutrons; Stability/Instability of Nuclei; Transient Appearance of Protons and Neutrons in Nuclei

Document Type: Research Article

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Publication date: 08 June 2013

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