Interaction Between an Accelerated Electron and a Quark up to Transform the Quark up into a Down Quark, so that the Proton Practically Becomes a Neutron
- 1 Bucharest Polytechnic University, Romania
Published On: 3 September 2020
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The paper briefly examines the possibility of transforming a proton into a neutron, by introducing an accelerated electron inside the proton, in order to penetrate it into one of the two up quarks in order to transform it into a down quark, thus transforming the initial state of the proton into a new state of a neutron. Such an achievement can be extremely important in the nuclear fusion energy industry, but also in many other energy fields. It is easy to see that an accelerated electron can penetrate a proton in order to transform it into a neutron if the minimum kinetic energy of the penetrating by the accelerating electron is between the values of (10-103 [MeV]).
- A Down Quark
- An up Quark
- Nuclear Fusion
- Hydrogen Proton
- Kinetic Energy