Nucleonics Matrix




  • Hydrogen
  • Helium
  • Oxygen
  • Neon
  • Nitrogen
  • Carbon
  • Silicon
  • Magnesium
  • Iron
  • Sulfur
  • Argon
  • Aluminum

This is a list of what we think are the Twelve most abundant elements
in the universe.

The Incremental Table of Atomic Isobars
n = p-1 n = p
001 99.985%

SUPER Stable

1.0078250
 
  002 0.015%

Stable

2.0141017
003 0.000137%

Stable

3.0160293
 
  004 99.999863%

SUPER Stable

4.0026032

7 July 2005
My name is Alain Lareau. Please enjoy the postings that these pages direct to. The site is for the most part a record of my attempt to get an idea across to some, at least the ones that stand still.
I place the small table here once more and give a short description.

The Incremental Table of Atomic Isobars
stable to forth row
n = p-1 n = p
001 99.985%

SUPER Stable

1.0078250
 
  002 0.015%

Stable

2.0141017
003 0.000137%

Stable

3.0160293
 
  004 99.999863%

SUPER Stable

4.0026032

One of the first concepts I've wanted people examine is Stability by Degree, that beyond being stable a nuclide may exhibit distinct qualities of durability in a range of durability.
I introduce the yellow color code to delineate this, the tan color denotes a stable nuclide and the orange the most common isotope of an element if not marked off with yellow as "SUPER Stable".
The pink color denotes a radioisotope with half-life measured in years, the purple denotes those isobars of half-life measured in days. Next is a light blue for nuclides of even faster decay and this shades to white for those that hardly exist for microseconds.
As many will know, Hydrogen and Helium are the most abundant elements in the cosmos, each have two stable flavors. The above chart depicts this. Nature favors one isotope over the other. This kind of data has been displayed as the "Segre Chart", it is very useful for chemists. In my chart "The Incremental Table of Atomic Isobars" the display lends to metaphor that nature favors the Isobars numbers one and four as geometric form. From this point of view I have asked people to examine why nature does not favor the existence of an isobar-5.

I post this next table to illustrate

All Isobars to six
H-1


H-2


He-3


H-3


Li-4


He-4


H-4


Li-5


He-5


Be-6


Li-6


He-6



Below are some of the statements I've posted in groups but with little luck

I tend to view all the neutrons and protons of an atomic nucleus, while they exist in and as the nucleus the same. That is I do not view them as charge specific nor quark composite specific. I view them as fluid to some degree. The quality that I do impart to them is they still must fill space, and so I tend to the use of the term "isobar" instead of isotope.

The Platonic and Archimedean solids are omnipresent in nature indeed but why? They represent equal division of a sphere, which is the whole point!

If you try to put five marbles together one will always be odd-man-out. Why does nature favor the sphere? Think of the soap bubble, OK atomic nuclei are more complex, but can not a soap bubble oscillate somewhat, why do we suppose atomic nuclei cannot?


Well that said please examine with the term isobars in mind the lack of stable nuclides
in the isobar-5 and isobar-8 zones.

-5 -4 -3 -2 -1 n=p +1 +2 +3 +4 +5
1 H-1 2
2 H-2 1
3 He-3 H-3 2
4 Li-4 He-4 H-4 1
5 Li-5 He-5 0
6 Be-6 Li-6 He-6 1
7 B-7 Be-7 Li-7 He-7 2
8 C-8 B-8 Be-8 Li-8 He-8 0
xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx
Isobars of half-life greater than one year to (4) , Stable Isobars to (6)

Why does nature favor the isobar-12.



Page Two


H 1          
  H 2        
He 3   H 3      
  He 4        
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
  C 12        
           
  N 14        
           
  O 16        
           
           
           
  Ne 20        
           
           
           
  Mg 24        
           
           
    Al 27      
  Si 28        
           
           
           
  S 32        
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
          Ar 40
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
          Fe 56