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The method of
images is used to study the charge distribution for cases where Coulomb’s law deviates
from the inverse square law. This method shows that in these cases some of the
charge goes to the surface, while the remainder charge distributed over the
volume of the conductor. In accord with the experimental work, we show that the
charge distribution will depend on the photon rest mass and is very sensitive
to it; a very small value of the rest of mass of the photon will create
deviation from Coulomb’s law.
The saw-tooth phenomenon on the binding energy curve of N = Z nuclei is due to the low binding energy between the α-particles. It was suspected by Gamow to be of van der Waals type, found here to be deuteron bonds. The binding energy per nucleon, in absolute value, of an α-particle is larger than any other combination of 4 nucleons. Therefore, the binding energy per nucleon is low for odd-odd N = Z nuclei and maximum for even-even N = Z nuclei. The assumption of N = Z nuclei to be an assembly of α-particles and deuteron bonds predicts the binding energy of the 32 first N = Z nuclei with a rms deviation of 0.25 MeV.
Dynamics of flows of
matter and energy these biomes are relevant to understanding of environmental
processes that govern the biosphere-atmosphere interactions and between
ecosystems. This study analyzed inter season and season of energy fluxes in
Brazilian Savana through Bowen Ration Method. Results show differences in
patterns LE in all season, LE predominant in wet while H in dry. This inversion
in patterns of predominant components of the energy balance in wet and dry
season because in wet season increase water content in soil and atmosphere due precipitation
in this season providing more lost energy for atmosphere in shape LE through
soil evaporation and plant transpiration, this results in LE and H in all
season of the Brazilian Savana show higher variation in dynamics energy fluxes
between surface and atmosphere, as well as energy partition in this biome.
Statistics analyses presents than many climate variables influences LE and H in
each season indicating complexity in this fluxes. More study is necessary to
higher understand patterns energies fluxes in Brazilian Savana.