Quantum Theory / Particle Physics
June 2, 2014
Fundamental equations of relativistic quantum hydrodynamics, photon pressure difference, nuclear forces, binding states between two nuclear shells
The photon pressure difference between two nuclear shells is derived with the help of the vacuum solution of the fundamental equations of relativistic quantum hydrodynamics. It is thereby shown that, in principle, it is possible to describe nuclear forces by photon pressure differences in the inner and outer space of elementary particles and atomic nuclei. For an exact calculation of the photon pressure difference, it is, however, necessary to make fundamental corrections to our nuclear shell model.