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Study for

Dimensional

Migration

lattice, using an equivalent exchange of

the shortest translations, called primitive

translations. These primitive translations

are represented by three numbers, using

0 or 1 in a series: [011] a/2, [101] a/2, and

[110] a/2. These are the direction indices

for which a symmetry can be established

for the diamond lattice. The "a"

represents the edge length of a cubic

lattice that is used to define the face

centered cubic. The nearest neighbor

distance would then be d=a(sqrt2)/2. To

locate 1/2 the ions within each crystal, the

lattice translation is given by

pseudopotential that is a total additive or

repulsive (by positive or negative spin on

the electron) kinetic energy of the crystal,

which is given by VR=(h2/2m)(3p2)2/3N5/3

where the "N" in this formula is equivalent

to the Na mentioned earlier, or the total

number of ions in the crystal. The

interaction between ions in Bi209 indicate

that the highest phase of interactivity

between ions exist at around 92

Angstroms3 for the diamond shaped

lattice. This volume represents a Hafner

Jank lattice potential of +0.15 eV per

atom. We can include this particular

atomic nucleii). The depolarization of

meson clusters occurs when a beam of

positively and negatively charged

electrons (where spin is (+) or (-)) affects

the generation of dipolar activity within the

Bi nucleus through dipolar nucleons,

resulting in an actual transfer of energy

from positronium into the repolarized

rotational energy of the Bi-II nuclear

magnetic moment (not to be confused

with the magnetic moment of the

electron!) Thus it can be determined that

particular electrogravitic resonances

which are harmonics of the Schumann

bosonic whole-spin exchanges - a feature

of the Bi209 atomic nucleii for the four

states of multi-strange systems: LL, XN,

XL, and XX. Each of these are modeled

using singular meson exchange systems

with the SU(3) symmetry, in terms of the

coupling constants, which are the energy

scattering constants of baryon-baryon-

meson phase transition potentials. These

are electron-phonon dimensionless

quantities, usually represented by l, which

uses a "core vacancy" model that couples

every pair of electronic states in the atom!

(See Note 1)

phonons increases exponentially with

increasing temperature, but is inversely

related to increasing frequency, or wk,

where the subscript "k" is also the "k" in

the nkth excitation state, also for a given

energy Ek. In order to obtain a value for

the sum over all frequencies wk, each

specific frequency mode nk must be

summed for the total vibrational energy,

or Sk (Ek). Some of the scattering nuclear

amplitude (not electromagnetic) values for

Hyperon activity are listed as 1115.684,

1189.37, 1192.55, and 1197.436 MeV,

TYPE: DIRECT M NNM SSM SLM XXM M

LNM LXM SNM SXM

g r 0.8369 1.6738 0.0000 0.8369 K* -1.2009

1.2009 -0.6933 -0.6933

f 3.5317 3.1409 2.2647 -0.3908 -3.1917

1.3154 0.3238 -2.9260

TYPE: XCHG M NNM LLM SSM XXM M

NNM LLM SSM XXM

g w 2.9213 1.3995 2.2521 0.5499 f -0.4145 -

1.0738 -1.7281 -1.7397

f 1.1834 -1.2299 1.4740 -1.5653 1.0933 -

1.9109 1.4251 -2.3011

For the magnetic vector's (coupling constant) / sqrt (4p) =

0.3647, the direct and exchange contributions, are given in eV

as

TYPE: DIRECT M NNM SSM SLM XXM M

LNM LXM SNM SXM

g r 0.8369 1.6738 0.0000 0.8369 K* -1.7222

1.7222 -0.9943 -0.9943

f 3.5317 2.5758 2.5909 -0.9559 -4.1896

1.1112 1.1357 -4.1961

TYPE: XCHG M NNM LLM SSM XXM M

NNM LLM SSM XXM

g w 2.9213 2.8782 1.7592 1.9526 f -0.4145 -

2.2085 -1.3498 -3.9939

f 1.1834 -0.7105 2.3234 -1.9811 0.2709 -

2.7207 1.9311 -4.5508

strongest non-radioactive fields in the

table of elements! Since the binding

energy of the nucleon is directly related to

the universal gravitation constant, or G,

we are looking for a nucleon initiated

binding energy as a result of hyperon

cascading from pionic initiated decay

rates. This represents a fraction of the

free electron energy exchange that

occurs in the s and p shells for Bi209.

Fore a core photoeffect, emissions of

mesons require a minimum photon

energy of 140MeV (for pion dipoles).

Higher energy particle emissions, such as

"6Q" represents a stable Color Sextet

Quark particle with mass m > 84 GeV).

Positronium's high level charge (in the

TeV ranges) represent the lowest

dimensional level interactions with four

Fermions, particularly the L-LL(eeqq) and

L+LL(eeqq), where the (ee) represents the

(ortho-) and (para-) parts of positronium,

depending upon the (+) or (-) charge. The

hyperon may be regarded as a square

root of 2 pion, or sqrt(2)p particle, (with

g2/4p = 1) in the Hyperon Interaction

Lagrangian:

applied to diamagnetic Bismuth, or Bi II.

Thus a stable dibaryon relationship can

be manufactured for short term Bi II

diamagnetism for the long wave format

distribution. These distributions can be

calculated using a process that calculates

the wave function matrix for a quaternic

crystal, that I have previously researched

and written about: Shuttling Hyperspace:

Electrostatic Potential Matrix, Ground

State Changes, and Eigenstates with

Positive Energy Change for the Quaternic

Crystal in 5 Dimensions.

decreases according to the local time

dialation in the crystal. The wave number

and temperature dependence for the

Bi209 valence electrons cause

augmentation of the coupling constant of

the Bi209 lattice, for the face centered

cubic (FCC), or diamond shape crystal.

How the electron scattering time and

umklapp scattering processes relate to

each other depends upon the phonon-

electron interaction in the Bi209 dielectric

crystal, and how the response time is of

the same order of magnitude as the

relaxation time (using the Umklapp

instance, a spherically symmetric

potential V(r) is identified for scattering

thermal positrons with phase-shifted

asymptotic behavior using the partial

wave analysis for the atomic states of

Bi209. The spherically symmetric square

well (attractive) potential between an

isolated beam of positrons and the Bi

nucleus induces an beta absorption of

electrons, which dramatically increases

the relaxation time, total scattering

crossection, and absorption crossection.

such as the longitudinal, transverse and

off-diagonal conductivities, special

relativity parameters, density parameters,

transport coefficients, and the electron

screening wave number. These terms

need to be defined and discussed, as well

as the implementation of a Fortran

Program that calculates the transport

coefficients for specific ionic mass levels

of charge and density, w.r.t. ion sphere

radius, charge, coupling parameters,

response time, relaxation time, Umklapp

process, and thermal conductivity.

in radians for each x, y, and z axes. For

the BCC cubic structure in the diagram,

the class C3 is used, which consists of

rotations through + 2p/3 radians about

each of the four axes (that radiate in the

diamond like structure to one of the sides

of the cube). Further, there are characters

that correspond to the rotations involving

a trace for the particular + 2p/3 matrix,

which uses an Lth (Lorentzian)

representation in a dimensional

transformation to arrive at the condition

for bosonic whole spin exchanges: The

condition where the Lorentz group

investigating the ability to hypertranslate

the strong force using a theoretical design

based upon the bosonic exchange

mechanism for continually decompressing

the valence nucleon within the relaxation

parameter for the Bi-II ion, we should

qualify this exchange mechanism by

providing the series solution for the

covariant condition in the second

resonance mode, as well as to attach this

condition for resonance using the

aforementioned pion exchange theory. *A

FORTRAN computer program is available

that lists the wave components of the

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Reserved This article may not be

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without the express written consent of the

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