Quantum Gravity and String Theory


Quantized Space-Time and Internal Structure of Elementary Particles: a New Model

Authors: Hamid Reza Karimi

In this paper we present a model in which the time and length are considered quantized. We try to explain the internal structure of the elementary particles in a new way. In this model a super-dimension is defined to separate the beginning and the end of each time and length quanta from another time and length quanta. The beginning and the end of the dimension of the elementary particles are located in this super-dimension. This model can describe the basic concepts of inertial mass and internal energy of the Elementary particles in a better way. By applying this model, some basic calculations mentioned below, can be done in a new way: 1- The charge of elementary particles such as electrons and protons can be calculated theoretically. This quantity has been measured experimentally up to now. 2- By using the equation of the particle charge obtained in this model, the energy of the different layers of atoms such as hydrogen and helium is calculated. This approach is simpler than using Schrödinger equation. 3- Calculation of maximum speed of particles such as electrons and positrons in the accelerators is given.

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[v1] 16 Nov 2009

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