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Combined open shell Hartree‐Fock theory of atomic and molecular systems constructed from noncharged scalar nuclear Fermi particles. II. Fermi particles with rest mass m ≠ 1

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In this study, using complete sets of noncharged scalar basic functions defined in Hilbert spaces for Standard model-nuclear Fermi (SM-NF) particles with m ≠ 1, where m is the rest mass of these particles, the combined Hartree‐Fock theory is presented for multideterminantal single configuration states with any number of open and closed shells of atomic-molecular systems. We note that the origin of stability of these systems is the quantum self-frictional forces produced by the SM-NF particles themselves. As an application, the dependence of the quantum self-frictional potentials and forces as a function of the distance from nucleus is investigated.
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Keywords: Hartree‐Fock Theory; Noncharged Scalar Particles; Self-Frictional Forces; Standard Model

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 18 June 2015

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