The Periodic Table Possible Coincided with an Unfolded Shape of Atomic Nuclei

Jianping Mao

Abstract


The periodic table seems to correspond to folding nuclei, a visible proton (nucleon) distribution, that can grow vertical 4 a (representative), 4 b (transition), and 8 c (inner transition) axes (alpha-clusters) bound with valence neutrons standing a core (1st period) of likely expanding in Co, Ni, Rh, and Pd, which was naturally within proton and neutron drop lines, and roughly able to fit in with nuclear fission phenomena, including alpha-cluster decay. It was observed in analysis molecular structures that crosses nuclear, atomic, and molecular three levels, which provides a convenient way that will enable the nature of the periodic table promisingly to become easier understanding.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5539/apr.v9n6p47

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