A Theory that Wants to Obtain Particles Opposite to Protons, Having a Negative Charge
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The present paper focuses on the possibility of obtaining antimatter, in the main purpose of then extracting massive energy by controlled fusion of matter and newly obtained antimatter. Since the most well-known charged nucleon (of the matter) is the proton, we imagined another possibility to obtain a particle opposite to it, having the same main characteristics but the opposite charge, i.e., negative and all this starting from a neutron and an accelerated electron. The particle thus obtained, although it has the opposite characteristics of a proton, does not resemble the antiproton imagined by physicists, which has all the quarks opposite to those of a proton, but will contain three quarks down. Such a particle will still be opposed to a proton and therefore likely to be able to annihilate with it when they meet so that it can be used to obtain massive energy by annihilation between protons and these opposite particles, which we will name negative protons.
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