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<R. M. Santilli
ISO-, GENO-, HYPER-MECHANICS FOR MATTER, THEIR ISODUALS, FOR ANTIMATTER, AND THEIR NOVEL APPLICATIONS IN PHYSICS, CHEMISTRY AND BIOLOGY,>
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
FOUNDATIONS OF HADRONIC MECHANICS
I.1. Historical notes
I.2. The open problem of the origin of irreversibility
I.3. Problematic aspects of classical and quantum deformations
I.4. Santilli's isotopic, genotopic, hyperstructural liftings and their isoduals
I.5. Seven new types of Newton's equations
1.6. Seven new types of Lagrangian and Hamiltonian mechanics
1.7. Seven new types of quantization and their isodual
I.8. Nonrelativistic hadronic mechanics
I.9. Relativistic hadronic mechanics
References of Section 1
II. OPEN RESEARCH PROBLEMS IN NEWTONIAN MECHANICS
Suggested Research II.1
Suggested technical assistance
III. OPEN RESEARCH PROBLEMS IN ANALYTIC MECHANICS
Proposed research III-1
Recent papers on the research proposed in Sect. III.
IV. OPEN RESEARCH PROBLEMS IN QUANTIZATION
Proposed research IV-1
Recent papers on the research proposed in Sect. IV.
V. APPLICATION OF HADRONIC MECHANICS TO PARTICLE PHYSICS
V-1. Validity of relativistic quantum mechanics for the atomic structure
and its expected lack of exact validity for the
hyperdense hadronic structure
V-2. Validity of the SU(3)-color classification of hadrons and
problematic aspects of quark models of
V-3. Selection of relativistic hadronic mechanics for the hadronic structure
V-4.Experimental verifications of relativistic hadronic mechanics
in particle physics
V-5. Main implications of relativistic hadronic mechanics for
the hadronic structure
Proposed research V-5-I
Proposed research V-5-2
Proposed research V-5-3
V-6. Strudies on the isoquark theory
Proposed research V-6-1
V-7. Identification of the hadronic constituents with physical particles
V-7-A. The constituents of the neutral pion
V-7-B. The constituents of the neutron
V-7-C. The constituents of the remaining hadrons
Proposed research V-7-1
Proposed research V-7-2
Proposed research V-7-3
Proposed research V-7-4
Proposed research V-7-5
V-8. Compatibility of the new structure model of hadrons with
the SU(3) classification
V-9. Applications predicted by the new structure model of hadrons
V-9-A. The predicted synthesis of the neutron from
protons and electrons only and its experimental verification
V-9-B. The predicted stimulated decay of the neutron
and its experimental verification
V-9-C. Conceivable practical applications.
References of Sect. 5.
Recent papers on the research proposed in Sect. V.
VI. APPLICATION OF HADRONIC MECHANICS TO NUCLEAR PHYSICS
VI-1.Expected lack of exact applicability of relativistic quantum
mechanics for the nuclear structure.
VI-2. Isotopic branch of relativistic hadronic mechanics.
VI-3. Problematic aspects of dissipative nuclear models.
VI-4. Genotopic and hyperstructural branches of relativistic
hadronic mechanics for nuclear physics
VI-5. First exact representation of nuclear magnetic moments
VI-6. Reconstruction of the exact SU(2)-isospin symmetry in
VI-7. Reconstruction of the exact rotational symmetry for
VI-8. Novel studies on nuclear forces
VI-9. Novel studies on nuclear constituents
Proposed research VI-1.
Proposed research VI-2.
Proposed research VI-3.
Proposed research VI-4.
Proposed research VI-5.
Proposed research VI-6.
Proposed research VI-7.
Proposed research VI-8.
Proposed research VI-9.
Suggested technical assistance.
VII. OPEN RESEARCH PROBLEM IN SCATTERING THEORY
XI. PROPOSED NEW EXPERIMENTS
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