Interaction of Neutrons and Protons

@article{Iwanenko1934InteractionON,
  title={Interaction of Neutrons and Protons},
  author={D. Iwanenko},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1934},
  volume={133},
  pages={981-982}
}
As electrons and positrons are expelled in some reactions from nuclei, we can try to treat these light particles like the photons emitted by atoms. Then the interaction of heavy particles (protons, neutrons) can be considered as taking place via light particles described by the equations of a ψ-field in the same manner as electromagnetic, for example, Coulomb, interaction takes place through an electromagnetic field, or photons. 

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