Interactions of nucleons: their role in understanding the sun's origin, composition, and source of energy
Keywords and Phrases
Cradle of Nuclides
"This dissertation confirms and demonstrates the utilization of the "Cradle of the Nuclides" in deciphering the Sun. The "Cradle of the Nuclides" is the nuclear energy surface of all 2,850 known nuclides presented as three-dimensional (3-D) plots of mass or atomic number versus charge density versus average energy per nucleon"--Abstract, page iv.
Manuel, O. (Oliver), 1936-
Whitefield, Philip D.
Mormile, Melanie R.
James, William Joseph
Ph. D. in Chemistry
Foundation for Chemical Research
University of Missouri--Rolla
Journal article titles appearing in thesis/dissertation
- Attraction and repulsion of nucleons: sources of stellar energy
- Solar abundance of the elements
- Compositional variations in asteroids: a record of the early solar system
- Why the model of a hydrogen-filled sun is obsolete
- Nuclear systematics: I. Solar abundance of the elements
- Nuclear systematics: II. The Cradle of the Nuclides
- Nuclear systematics: III. The sources of solar luminosity
- Sun's origin, composition and source of energy
xvii, 206 pages
© 2006 Cynthia Pearl Bolon, All rights reserved.
Dissertation - Citation
Particles (Nuclear physics)
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Bolon, Cynthia Pearl, "Interactions of nucleons: their role in understanding the sun's origin, composition, and source of energy" (2006). Doctoral Dissertations. 1711.
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