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Sunqm-3s6: Predict Mass Density R-Distribution for Earth and Other Rocky Planets Based on {N,n} QM Probability Distribution

Authors: Yi Cao

My previous papers (SunQM-3, SunQM-3s1, SunQM-3s2) have shown that the structure of our solar system can be described by Solar {N,n} QM model. Therefore, everything inside solar system (including all planets) should be able to be described by the QM probability density distribution. In this paper, from studying Earth’s known internal structure and mass density distribution, I have developed a method which can be used to estimate any planet’s internal structure and mass density. This method can be expressed as: Planet mass = 4π ∫ (planet’s QM probability density r-distribution) * W *D * r^2 dr, where mass density D = a*r +b, and W is a scaling factor. I applied this method to all four rocky planets, and predicted the internal structure and the (close to the true) mass density r-distribution for these planets. Besides the p{-1,4//4} surface and p{-1,2//4} core, a p{-1,3//4} QM structure is found to be the foundation both for Earth’s liquid iron core, and for Mars current size. Furthermore, Earth’s current mantle structure is found to be the p{-1,15//16} QM structure of Earth. Dynamics of this QM structure evolution has been discussed. The results from this paper (as well as from papers of SunQM-3s7 and SunQM-3s8) convinced me that all planets and stars were formed and evolved under planet’s (or star’s) QM.

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[v1] 2018-08-29 22:01:16

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