Interaction Of Not-High Energy Neutrino With Matter:
One Of Two Long-Ranged Universal Interactions In Nature
Belarus State University
It is suggested that there is one more long-ranged universal interaction in Nature in addition to the electromagnetic (EM) one. This interaction is not exhausted by gravitation but includes the latter as a particular case. This interaction plays a main role in CMNS phenomena providing “cold” and “gentle” nuclear fusion, decay and fission.
Various manifestations of this interaction are caused by the same universal agent (carrier). The latter behaves as low energy waves or quanta, not identical to EM ones but having a half-integer spin (±1/2). We speculate that it is not-high energy neutrino (NNN), which is proved indirectly by the fact of its participation in CMNS processes of b-decay.
There is experimental evidence that it can be “physically” absorbed by matter without interaction and all the objects in the Universe are in equilibrium with its natural flow. To interact with matter it has to be absorbed “chemically” that needs proper initiation, which is a know-how of the author. It is suggested that the essence of NNN “chemical” absorption by matter is a formation of the electron-neutrino couple (en)– in atom.
This mechanism, for our opinion, can provide a series of secondary effects at nuclear (a-c), atomic (d-g) and molecular (h-i) levels of structure of matter as follows:
a) squeezing the size of electron cloud in atom that causes screening of electric charge of the latter and provides nuclear fusion implementation;
b) an ersatz substitution of intermediate bosons W0 and Z± while noted (еn)– couple occurrence within nucleus that accelerates b-decay;
c) the same of p-meson that accelerates a-decay (fission);
d) a formation of electron-neutrino couple (en)– (a Cooper’s two-electron couple (ее) 2–analog) with a conductance electron of metal that makes the latter a superconductor;
e) further, at major concentrations of NNN – filling up a conduction band of metal with (еn)– couples that transforms the metal to dielectric;
f) a variation of conductance and capacitance of pn-transitions in semiconductors, which provides, in particular, the means for NNN flows detection;
g) a formation of an uncoupled electron under NNN interaction with an electron couple ее in a dielectric, that provides the latter some magnetic properties and can be used for NNN flows detection, too;
h) an asymmetry of torsion of molecular and/or hydrogen-bonded chain under NNN (having spin value s = ±1/2) interaction with electron couple (ее)2– in a molecular or associated fluid that causes ordering (disordering) of structure of the latter, correspondingly;
i) enanthiomorphous transformation of biologically active molecules after distributed interaction of (±) sign NNN with the same type electrons assemble of optically active carbon atom, which implies on biochemical processes in living cell.
All these effects can be measurable under NNN flow intensity that exceeds essentially a natural background. Most of the above effects are proven experimentally, which is the subject of discussion. Various versions of natural NNN flows amplification (both hypothetical and implemented ones) are discussed, too. Earlier data on various “anomalous” phenomena of nuclear and non-nuclear nature, caused presumably by NNN, and recent results of the author’s investigations are also presented.