Theory of Deuteron and MCPE

ABSTRACT

All the experimental values of the Deuteron nucleus except the magnetic moment are theoretically derived using the ordinary methods of quantum mechanics along with the morphed gravitational potential energy. To convince that the potential energy function used is indeed the right one, it is applied to determine the energy spectrums of the nuclei: 1) Triton, 2) helium-3, 3) lithium-7, 4) Beryllium-9, and 5) Beryllium-8. The Morphed Coulomb Potential Energy (MCPE) is also obtained. With the help of MCPE and the gravitational potential energy of the electron, the charge quantum number is obtained. For galaxies, the two dominant forces that are responsible for the expansion, contraction or stationary state of the universe are obtained.

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C. Chandraraju, "Theory of Deuteron and MCPE,"*Journal of Modern Physics*, Vol. 4 No. 9, 2013, pp. 1180-1184. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2013.49159.

C. Chandraraju, "Theory of Deuteron and MCPE,"

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