- #1

- 202

- 1

Could the Pauli exclusion principle be due to a force that

has a 1 / r dependency where r is the distance between two electrons.

Then in the case of electron degeneracy pressure in neutron stars

could we say that uncertainty in momentum x uncertainty in position

arises from a repulsive force - reducing r to 1/2 its value would double

the repulsive force and the momentum if mv x position = 10^-34 = constant

and m stays approximately constant.When two electrons have opposite spins

the force would be attractive (in analogy to electric charges of opposite sign attracting each other).

has a 1 / r dependency where r is the distance between two electrons.

Then in the case of electron degeneracy pressure in neutron stars

could we say that uncertainty in momentum x uncertainty in position

arises from a repulsive force - reducing r to 1/2 its value would double

the repulsive force and the momentum if mv x position = 10^-34 = constant

and m stays approximately constant.When two electrons have opposite spins

the force would be attractive (in analogy to electric charges of opposite sign attracting each other).

Last edited: