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Volume 4, Number 1, January 2020

The Explaining of “Magic” Nuclear Numbers by a Quasi-Crystalline Nuclear Model, of Possible Cold Genesis
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, Pub. Date:December 25, 2019
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10.22606/jpp.2020.41001
**Author(s)**
Marius Arghirescu

**Affiliation(s)**
State Office for Inventions and Trademarks, OSIM, Romania

**Abstract**
The paper is based on a cold genesis theory of the author, (CGT), in which the proton
results as formed by a neutral Np cluster of degenerate electrons and an attached positron with
degenerate spin and magnetic moment. Also, the neutron results in a “dynamide” model, as formed
by a proton and a degenerate electron with degenerate spin and magnetic moment, with its centroid
incorporated in the proton quantum volume and rotated around the proton center.
In the paper it is shown that the stable nuclei with “magic” or semi-“magic” number of protons or
and neutrons: 2; 8; 20; 28; (32, 36, 40); 50; 82; 126, are retrieved by a quasi-crystalline nuclear model
of ground state T0K, as sum of quasi-crystalline forms with integer number of alpha particles with
2n2 protons and 4n2 nucleons having small deformation parameter, for the double 'magic' nuclei. This
possibility may be explained by the dynamide model of neutron of CGT by the hypothesis of 0-
neutron clusters cold forming at T0K and the generating of small square forms of neutral 0-
particles which are transformed into nuclei by 0-particles transforming into + and 2+ particles
which attract new 0-particles, the process being repeated until the forming of double magic nuclei
which may attract nucleons or 0-clusters transformed thereafter into + clusters, or of nuclei with
“magic” mass number. According to the model, the nucleus 208Pb82 corresponds to the initial form:
208N104 (Z=2(42+62)) in which 22 attracted 0-clusters were transformed into + clusters, by -
radiation emission.
The proposed model predicts that the nuclei with A=4(52+72)=296, A=4×(62+2×42+2×22=304)
nucleons and Z=114120 are more stable in the ground state than the forms: 114/184, 120/182
predicted with the “nuclear shells” model. Also, it results as possible the forming of cold semi-
“magic” nuclei with hexagonal symmetry, with the mass number A=(3×4n2), (n=1…5).

**Keywords**
crystalline nuclear model, magic nuclei, dynamide neutron model, tetra-neutron, cold
genesis

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