WHAT IS THE MATTER?

Let's look briefly at what is the matter

Today's scientific knowledge say simply that the

The basis of matter are atoms (fixed chemically).

All matter consists of the combination of atoms.

Atoms consist of a nucleus and electrons, which revolves around the core. Their size and dimensions (62 pm (6.2 × 10-11 m) for helium to 596 pm (5.96 × 10-10 m)) are not for our perception and recognition, are incredibly small.

The ratio is that when we increase both the value of the diameter of the core and the diameter of the atom, we find that when the core should average 1 cm, the electron spins at a distance of 10000 cm, or 1 000 km.

The electrons are bound to the atomic nucleus electromagnetic force  Protons and neutrons in the nucleus are bound to each other the strong nuclear force mediated gluons

Protons and neutrons are composed of quarks (u and d) etc.

 

From the knowledge of today's science, we can accept the idea of all matter consists of very small particles (energy)

And that all of what we call matter distinguishes only the number of neutrons, protons and electrons and their linkages.

 

 

 


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