Nuclear Growth Table
The following chart is an explanation of how to use the growth tables.
These table indicate the progression of growth along the path of stability
that follows along the valley of stability.
This first part of the growth table shows three phases.
1. The Core
2. The Star
3. The Core Extension I
- The first stage of the nuclear building, the deuteron step phase,
nucleon growth alternates protons and neutron to maintain electrical
balance between the quarks that compose protons and neutrons.
- The first complete stage of core building is the completion of
the carbon12 ring
- the second complete stage of core building is the completion of
a second carbon12 ring to make magnesium24.
- the third complete stage of core building is the completion of
a third carbon12 ring to make argon36 which completes The basic
Core Phase and first section of the growth chart.
Core Extension I
- At neutron number 19 and 21 there are no stable nuclear isotopes.
- When a nucleus has an odd number of protons and has two stable
isotopes, the two stable isotopes are separated by an isotope with an
odd number of neutrons that is not stable.
- Extra neutrons cap protons on the top and bottom of columns
formed by The Star.
- The Star Phase is complete at zinc66. This phase spans two sub
stage of six protons each for a total of twelve protons and eighteen
- When neutrons are added between proton additions, along the path
of stability, the neutrons are always added in even increments.
- The Core Extension Phase I is complete at molibdinium96. This
phase also spans two sub stage for a total of twelve more protons
and eighteen more neutrons.
The next part of the growth table shows three phases.
1. The Loops I
2. The Core Extension II
3. The Loops II
The third part of the growth table shows three phases.
1. The Core Extension III
2. The Voids
3. The (uranium)Island
If your looking for a standard periodic table of elememts. There is
a good dynamic one at www.dayah.com/periodic/