Well, it has been ~ four years ago now I request help with this question in another thread, long dead, so I thought I would bring it to forum again in updated form:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

So, my question is:

Does anyone know the mathematics that would explain the quantum dynamics of how a matter helium-3 isotope with neutron picture [PNP] and 9-quark bag picture [[uud-ddu-uud] could form a "stable bound state" (WITH NO ANNIHILATION--that is, all 15 quarks remain in quantum superposition) with antimatter antideuteron with pictures, where I use ^=antimatter, [N^P^] and 6-quark bag [d^d^u^-u^u^d^] ?

So, at quark level this interaction:

[uud-ddu-uud] + [d^d^u^-u^u^d^]

My prediction is that quantum mathematics solution will yield what is known as the proton, with up & down valance quarks, and up & down matter and antimatter quarks coexisting within the proton sea. So, I look for my hypothesis to be mathematically falsified. Perhaps good homework project for advanced quantum theory class if any professors here.

Please, do not reply that the matter and antimatter quarks will annihilate--that is the point of the problem--we assume there is no annihilation and work out the mathematics under this first assumption to see mathematical solution. Perhaps there is no quantum mechanics solution ?, that itself would I think be of interest. Perhaps I just ask goofy question--let me know that also.

Any comments appreciated.

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# Matter + Antimatter Bound State Mathematics

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