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   This page describes mainly a procedure to
 determine and evaluate nuclear compounds which
 can be useful in future studies always under the
 assumptions and concepts depicted in the
                       previous page.
   Since the four kinds of Binding Energy were
 already stated as Bet for the total, Beg for the
 group or multitron, Bec for the contact between
 groups and Beb as the intrinsic that is for the
 ordinary Deuteron, Triton, etc, characteristic
 binding Energy, the purpose is now succeed certain
 combination of groups that could leave a remainder
 Be from the total Bet just to bind them properly.
   Let define as Ber the amount of the remainder Be
 then             Ber = Bet - S Beg        [1]
 where SBeg stands for the sum of all of the intrinsic
 Beb  from which the nuclide is composed.
  Values of Bet can be retrieved from knwn tables
 as it is adviced on the previous page.
  From this remaining value Ber is calculated Bec for
 any group fused to three others as stated in the
 previous page for a basic minimum of three groups
 already fused.
 Real nuclides take more than three contacts at the
 innermost but only three at the outermost.
  The total number of contacts is calculated after
 the Z number because it represents the true number
 value of groups, and is denoted by Nct.
  Since the Nct is valid for Z > 3 ,  it will be
  Nct = 3 Z - 6, taken into account that this value
 refers to the pair of contacts of each of the three
 points of fusion, the actual number of unilateral
 contacts must be doubled in its value, that is
  Nct = 2(3Z-6)
 or              Nct = 6Z - 12              [2]
   Once Ber and Nct are known Bec can be calculated
 assuming that Ber is distributed over all of the groups
 or multitrons,
 then           Bec = Ber / Nct            [3]

  A very important datum whose result becomes the
 mean value and it also shows that those innermost
 multitrons can take more than 3 fusion contacts with
 their neighbours while the outermost ones take only
 3 contacts, this fact means that there is a saturation
 process and so the total Bec for every multitron must
 be taken as a constant value proper of the nuclide.
  One consequence of this procedure is that when the
 3 Bec value is applied to the A number, at the point
 of B'et = Bet the results are:
              3 Bec = Be / nucleon
              3 Bec = Bet / A               [4]
  that is the well known mean Be value.
       This result is sensible face to the procedure of
  calculi devised, that is there are a true relationship
  between Be / nucleon and Bec as if in fact all of the
  nucleons play the same role even when the nuclear
  compound is quite achieved.
       The nuclear configuration could be calculated
  after Be / nucleon nevertheless this is quite other
  procedure which have not net advantages over
  this one and results somewhat cumbersome
  in other aspects.
       Worthy of note is the fact that Bec refers only
  to the single unilateral energy point of fusion with
  another. .                                                                                                                                                                            .

                   Some essays
  This classical nuclide of 236U whose configuration is:
  6 Protons, 42 Deuterons, 30 Tritons and 14 Quadritrons  
with Bet =1790.415 Mev, Be/nucleon = 7.5865 Mev
and Nct = 540, which starts fission and its
first byproducts are :

                               151I and95Y
the resulting configuration for the 151I    is :
   3 Protons, 12 Deuterons, 32 Tritons and 3 Quadritrons
with Bet =1157.074 Mev, Be/nucleon = 8.20619 Mev
and Nct = 306.
                               and for the
95Y   is :
   6 Protons, 14 Deuterons, 15 Tritons and 4 Quadritrons
with Bet = 817.503 Mev, Be/nucleon = 8.60529 Mev
and Nct = 138.

                    download nucleus.exe

          Nucleus.exe description    
    The file starts calculating the basic values of
Deuterons and Tritons even when such data usually
may be far from true ones, these approximations are
useful to yield an idea of magnitude especially for
Tritons as the axis of essays as is depicted
in the info item of the .exe file.
    Once entered the attempted quantities of Tritons,
executed to evaluate Protons, Quadritrons, and so on,
a first operation is the
Z number, that is :
  Z = p + D + T + Q + P + Hx + Ht
where : Z is the atomic number, other symbols mean
quantity of multiplied by its integer.
p : protons, T : Tritons,Q : Quadritrons, P : Pentatrons,
Hx : Hexatrons,Ht : Heptatrons.
then a second operation for the
A number, must be :    
  A = p + 2D + 3T + 4Q + 5P + 6Hx +7Ht
    Where : A is the atomic weight, other symbols mean
quantity of multiplied by its integer.
    Deuterons have not an input field because they are
precalculus as follows :
  D = (A - p - 3T - 4Q - 5P - 6Hx -7Ht) / 2  
so if the result is a fraction or negative value, the
system warns up and so corrections in quantities
must be done.
    Once achieved the proper results for    
                      A and Z
    The corresponding equality must be verified if     
                   B'et = Bet
    Next step is the calculus of     
                            S Beg
which represents the sum of all of the intrinsic
to be applied to form [1] in order to calculate
Ber ,
so after executed form [2] ,
 Bec  is calculated
by means of form [3].    
  Then the final value of the resulting Bet' is calculated
            B'et = 3 A Bec
  By means of different configurations of groups until reach:    
                   B'et = Bet
  That is the main objective of this procedure.
.                                                          .
                 to exchange points of view
.    pagemaker alditus from the Argentine           .
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           first published on January 18 of 2006     page updated:   10/09