432(3) : Equating the m force to the Born Lande Lattice Force

432(3) : Equating the m force to the Born Lande Lattice Force

Thanks again. Agreed, it should be r squared on the right hand side of Eqs. (7), (9), (13) and (16).
432(3) : Equating the m force to the Born Lande Lattice Force

What did you equate in eq. (6)? The lhs is the potential from (1) and the rhs is the force from (6). Did you mean the force of (3)? Then it should read r squared on the rhs of (7).

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Am 22.02.2019 um 14:11 schrieb Myron Evans:

432(3) : Equating the m force to the Born Lande Lattice Force

In this first approach to the m theory of lattices, the m force is equated to the Born Lande force, producing the differential equation (16). This is a modified resonance condition. This equation looks simple enough to be soluble on a computer. The problem being considered is a Born Lande lattice immersed in hydrogen gas (protons), and the condition is sought when p can enter the lattice and overcome the Coulomb barrier. A model is used with the sodium chloride lattice, but the nucleus can also be modeled by a lattice. The Nobel Laureate Ken Wilson used to do a lot of work like this at the Cornell Theory Center, which he founded. So this is another way of understanding low energy nuclear reactions.

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