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On the Structure of Particles and the Nature of Nuclear Forces
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PostPosted: Wed May 10, 2006 12:28 pm    Post subject: On the Structure of Particles and the Nature of Nuclear Forces Reply with quote

This paper has proposed a theoretical idea to construct particles by
using electron, positron, neutrino and anti-neutrino as well as the
weak force interaction among them; it has theoretically estimated the
radii of neutron and proton as well as the range and strength of
so-called nuclear force, also has explained the reason for the feature
of saturation and short-range of nuclear force and various nuclear
reactions

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