Quantum Physics


Standing (Electromagnetic) Wave Structure of The Electron - III Creation of the Electric Charge

Authors: V.A.Induchoodan Menon

The author shows that that just as the mass and the spin, the electric charge of the electron also could be attributed to its standing helical (electromagnetic) half wave structure [1]. It turns out that the fine structure constant is the ratio of the electromagnetic field energy of the electron to its total energy. The magnetic dipole moment of the electron also emerges in a simple manner from the standing helical half wave structure. This structure rules out the existence of the magnetic monopole. The standing helical half wave structure also allows two states which would not possess any charge while having spin of ?h. The author suggests that they could very well represent the neutrino and the anti-neutrino.

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[v1] 8 Jan 2010
[v2] 9 Jan 2010

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