E-Cat SK and long-range particle interactions

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DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.28382.48966/3
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Some theoretical frameworks that explore the possible formation of dense exotic electron clusters in E-Cat SK are presented. Some considerations on the probable role of Casimir, Aharonov-Bohm and vacuum polarization effects in the formation of such structures are proposed. Dense electron clusters are introduced as a probable precursor for the formation of proton-electron aggregates at pico-metric scale, stressing the importance of evaluating the plausibility of special electron-nucleon interactions, as already suggested in [14]. An observed isotopic dependence of a particular spectral line in the visible range of E-Cat plasma spectrum seems to confirm the presence of a specific proton-electron interaction at electron Compton wavelength scale.
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dE
dEr4πR2
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N=πre1.78re0.68 ·1012 m.
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re=λe
/2π0.38 ·1012 m.
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/2π0.77 ·1012m
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