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A Physical Model of the Electron According to the Basic Structures of Matter Hypothesis

Authors: Stoyan Sarg

A physical model of the electron is suggested according to the Basic Structures of Matter (BSM) hypothesis (later published as a BSM-SG theory). BSM-SG is based on an alternative concept about the physical vacuum assuming that the space contains underlying superfine structure of nodes formed of super-dens sub-elementary particles, which are also involved in the structure of the elementary particles. The proposed grid structure is formed of vibrating nodes possessing quantum features and energy well. It is admitted that this hypothetical structure could be accounted for the missing "dark matter" in the Universe. The signature of such "dark matter" is apparent in the galactic rotational curves and in the relation between masses of the supermassive black whole in the galactic centre and the host galaxy. The suggested model of the electron possesses oscillation features with anomalous magnetic moment and embedded signatures of the Compton wavelength and the fine structure constant. The analysis of the interactions between the oscillating electron and the nodes of the vacuum grid structure allows obtaining physical meaning for some fundamental constants.

Comments: 17 pages. The article was published in Physics Essays v. 16, No 2, (2003).

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