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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