No matter the size of a nuclear party, some protons and neutrons will pair up and dance

Boston MA (SPX) Nov 10, 2020
Atoms in a gas can seem like partiers at a nanoscopic rave, with particles zipping around, pairing up, and flying off again in seemingly random fashion. And yet physicists have come up with formulas that predict this behavior, even when the atoms are extremely close together and can tug and pull on each other in complicated ways. The environment within the nucleus of a single atom seems si Source: NanoDaily.com No matter the size of a nuclear party, some protons and neutrons will pair up and dance