Landscape for nucleus of an atom narrowed

Wednesday, June 27, 2012 - 15:00 in Physics & Chemistry

Scientists have long wondered whether there is a limit to the number of protons and neutrons that can be clustered together to form the nucleus of an atom. A new study comes closer than ever to finding the answer by estimating the total number of nucleus variations that can exist.

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