Magnetism from iron’s nuclear structure

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Alan C. Folmsbee
Independent Researcher
1565 Haiku Road, Haiku, HI USA 96708
July 2, 2018

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Abstract

In this proposed theory, the nucleus of the element iron has a shape that causes ferromagnetism.

That shape also causes the stability that is the best of all elements.

The protons in iron make loop shapes around the exterior of the nucleus.

The loops are coaxial.

The iron nucleus has a cube of protons and neutrons at its core.

The faces of the cube are covered by pyramids of protons and neutrons.

All ferromagnetic elements have the coaxial loop structure like Fe.

No nonferrous elements have that shape, within tolerances.

Most of the properties of the elements are related to the geometries of the nuclei.

A new periodic table articulates the silhouettes of elements that were compared with the structure of the iron nucleus to be certain that all elements are consistent with the Pyramidal Cube Theory.

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10 comments to Magnetism from iron’s nuclear structure

  • Andrea Rossi

    Lars:
    Yes.
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Lars

    Dear Andrea,
    Will you start to sell electricity if the test succeeds?

  • Andrea Rossi

    Lars:
    No.
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Lars

    Dear Andrea,
    Are all in your team working full time with you?

  • Andrea Rossi

    Lars:
    I suppose you mean the amount of the energy: the answer is yes, but if you mean something different, please rephrase.
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Lars

    Dear Andrea,

    Is the energy produced from the E-Cat SKL about the same as from the E-Cat SK?

  • Andrea Rossi

    Alan Folmsbee:
    Thank you for your insight related to your paper published on the Journal of Nuclear Physics.
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Dear Dr. Andrea Rossi,

    I am the author of the paper about the iron and nickel
    nuclear structures (Alan Folmsbee, MSEE degree). The nickel
    nucleus mock-up is shown in Figure 9, next to copper and iron.
    This paper shows details of the iron nuclear structure, and
    the nickel mock-up just has two protons added on top of iron.
    You are interested in nickel, so you may want to see my
    youtube videos about nickel’s nuclear structure. This is
    a static nucleus theory, where the spherical baryons are
    stacked to form a cube with its faces covered by piles of
    more baryons. Those rules result in nickel having two coaxial
    rings of protons, like Gd, Fe, and Co. Gd has 18 protons in each
    ring and Fe, Co, and Ni have 12 protons in each ring. All other
    elements do not have coaxial rings of protons. The periodic
    table of nuclear structure is in the paper on iron. It shows the
    silhouettes of 118 elements. The catalytic property of Ni and Pt
    is now being evaluated by observing nuclear structures.

    iron and nickel video
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=miZTTD0EPJs&list=PL-AtaQ8TQoDYIHV0YEUXkMw6s5BC0PlYs&index=6&t=0s

    carbon, nickel, copper video
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j07CtDJP1sU&list=PL-AtaQ8TQoDYIHV0YEUXkMw6s5BC0PlYs&index=9&t=0s

    A static sphere stacking was found to provide credible shapes
    for nuclei to be consistent with many physical properties of
    many elements. It shows why uranium fission fragments have two
    mass modes that differ by about 27 baryons. A cube 3x3x3 in
    the core of U is the cause of that property. The cube goes
    with one fragment during fission. The radioactivity of Pm and
    Tc is explained by the use of a cube 4x4x4 there. That cube
    is unstable.

    Chromium is the only antiferromagnetic element, so it has been
    modeled. Cr has a unique nuclear structure, with its two rings
    of protons being non-coaxial to the highest degree of all
    elements. Each ring has 10 protons. I wrote a paper on that
    and it will be submitted to a journal this week. It has images
    of carbon, argon, chromium and iron. The evidence is
    abundant to support the pyramidal cube theory of nuclear
    structure. My evidence website is…

    http://pyramidalcube.blogspot.com/p/evidence.html

    Alan Folmsbee

  • Andrea Rossi

    Lars:
    Yes, but I am still in an R&D phase: I’d die to make it, but didn’t make it yet.
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Lars

    Dear Andrea,
    congrats to Ecat SK-Leonardo.
    I think the accomplishments is so great it takes a while to let it sink in.

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