Magnetic Fields of Transatoms: Spin-Nuclide-Electronic-Condensate
The Journal of Emerging Directions of Science
c Authors 2017, c Association of Unconventional Science, 2017
article received: 04/03/2017, article is accepted for publication: 25.06.2017
The calculation of magnetic fields for transatoms with different nuclear charge and different number of Cooper pairs with S = 1 (bosons) is carried out.
Transatoms are a new state of matter with the name Spin-Nuclide-Electron-Condensate. The magnitudes of the magnetic fields of the transatoms allow them to be attracted to each other. When two transatoms converge, their electronic shells are socialised. As a result, a dual-core system is created. Subsequently, other transatoms can join this system. Thus, a multinuclear system, the transmolecule, is formed. The motions of electrons, nuclei and nucleons in the nuclei in this transmolecule are rigidly correlated. Such a strong correlation leads to the synchronisation of all types of interactions in the transmolecule. For example: the exchange of nucleons between nuclei must be synchronised with electroweak interactions (proton transformations into neutrons or, conversely, neutrons into protons).