Nuclear and Atomic Physics


How Electrons Consist of Electromagnetic Waves

Authors: Mark A. Newstead, Stephen C. Newstead

In this paper we investigate the connection between electrons and electromagnetic waves. We then propose how electrons could consist of electromagnetic waves. From this proposal we explain why electron-positron annihilation results in only gamma rays being formed, as well as how gamma rays can form electron-positron pairs.

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[v1] 6 Jun 2011

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