The detailed consideration of the hadron radiation generation by the nucleons vibrations

Alexander Adamenko


The hadron radiation is generated by the great cosmos bodies (Earth, Sun) together with the electromagnetic one. The first approximation theory describes this radiation generation as an yield of the nucleons vibration along the hadron bond. The improved theory is developed and shown for such an example as the helium nucleus. The obtained frequency values directly refer to the solar hadron radiation and can be used as an approximate estimation for the planet one.


nuclear physics; nuclear energetics; planet and solar nonelectomagnetic radiation


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