Nuclear and Atomic Physics


An Unifying Basis for all the Nuclear Reactions

Authors: Karunakar Marasakatla

A successful explanation of the actual underlying physical process for an observed phenomenon will lead to the prediction of other possible scenarios for that process. A new understanding of how the nuclear reactions such as the fission and fusion works leads to the explanation of other observed anomalies. All the nuclear reactions, including the low energy nuclear reactions, appear to be the manifestation of the collapse and or expansion of a group of particles.

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[v1] 15 Apr 2011
[v2] 25 Apr 2011
[v3] 1 May 2011
[v4] 23 May 2011

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