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## PowerPedia: Stability of Light Nuclei – PART FIVE

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Here we analyse the isotopes of nitrogen and oxygen, and we calculate their nuclear magnetic moments.

There is also calculation for magnetic moments of some isotopes of 14Si and 20Ca

### Nitrogen isotopes

#### Table 1

Values of the magnetic moments induced by nucleons in the nitrogen isotopes

#### Calculation of Magnetic moments

##### Multiplication Factor for 7N13

Multiplication Factor for 7N13 : Mf7n13 = 3,29

##### Excited 7N14 , Ex = 5106

Note that we should expect that 7N14 excited with Ex = 5106 should have half-life longer than 7N14 excited with Ex = 5832, because Ex = 5106 is near to the ground state Ex = 0. However 14N with Ex = 5106 has half-life 4,3ps, while 14N with Ex = 5832 has half-live 12,5ps, almost 3 times longer, because the proton and the neutron get spin-interaction when Ex = 5832.

It is also of interest to note that in the two excited 14N isotopes one deuteron is broken, becoming a proton+neutron. As 14N has five deuterons, tt seems the excited 14N isotopes try to get the same structure of 12C, where there are four deuterons. So, 14N loses one deuteron, and the proton and neutron work as they both should be excess neutrons in the structure of 7N14, similar to the structure 6C14, where there are two excess neutrons.

### Oxygen isotopes

#### Table 1

Values of the magnetic moments induced by nucleons in the oxygen isotopes

#### 8O16

With 6 deuterons orbiting about the central 2He4 it is ready the first complete hexagonal floor.

#### The other articles

Stability of Light Nuclei – PART ONE

Article:Stability of light nuclei isotopes according to Quantum Ring Theory

Stability of Light Nuclei – PART TWO

PowerPedia: Stability of Light Nuclei – PART TWO

Stability of Light Nuclei – PART THREE

PowerPedia: Stability of Light Nuclei – PART THREE

Stability of Light Nuclei – PART FOUR

PowerPedia: Stability of Light Nuclei – PART FOUR

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