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Extending Standard Atomic Kernel Model with New Interpretation of Strong Forces

@article{Yang2020ExtendingSA,
  title={Extending Standard Atomic Kernel Model with New Interpretation of Strong Forces},
  author={Dr Ing Hongguang Yang and D. N. Yang},
  journal={arXiv: Nuclear Theory},
  year={2020}
}
This paper gives an extended model of the atomic nucleus - we call it the YY model, which allows a new description for strong forces from the well-known Standard Model. The forces that hold the nucleus together (protons and neutrons) can be expressed in a new way. Based on the YY model, more structural description details for an atomic nucleus will be possible than is the case with the conventional description. The YY model is compatible with the standard model. However, it allows for very… 

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