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Detecting Neutrinos

12 My Relevant Publications

This is section 12 of 13.

I wrote several publications, in different formats.

Several were about the atomic model or particle physics.

Among my collection, I consider these relevant to the topic of neutrinos.

12.1 Among My Paperbacks

Practical Particle Physics, published December 3, 2020


Its conclusion:

Atomic mass defect can be explained as a compression of the fusion of a proton into a nucleus causes a size reduction and an associated slight reduction in its measured mass. No mass is permanently lost by being converted into nuclear binding energy, which is a new form of energy defined by quantum chromodynamics. QCD has the wrong explanation.

Practical Atomic Model, published February 10, 2021


Its conclusions:

The Standard Model is wrong. Quarks are just debris found only in particle accelerators.

The only fundamental particles in an atomic model are the electron and proton.

A new set of names for the concentric electron shells is proposed based on their increasing radius from the nucleus.

Among all the isotopes of all elements, the most stable combination of protons and electrons in the nucleus is identified from the list of measured counts of nucleons.

12.2 Among my free Web-books

Mass and Gravity, published March 22, 2022

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Its conclusion:

Behaviors of Mass and forces are driven by protons and electrons.

Any object of matter gets its main behaviors from these 2 particles regardless of their distribution.
Gravity force depends on the sum of all their masses.

Electric force depends on their relative counts.

You are reading my third web-book.

12.3 Among My free PDFs

Atomic Mass Defect Alternative, published October 11, 2021

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This PDF is content extracted from my book Practical Particle Physics, with some minor changes for the result to suit the title.

The PDF was created to share my conclusions and the data supporting them. This enables someone not having to buy the entire book just for this section.

Go to Table of Contents, to read a specific section.

last change 04/04/2022