Authors: D.J. Pons
The Standard Model interprets the weak interaction, e.g. neutron beta decay, to be a short-range field carried by the W and Z bosons. In that interpretation the short range arises because of the heavy mass of the W and Z bosons. This paper reconceptualises the weak interaction and the bosons. The cordus HED notation was used to work out the field structures of the bosons, giving W-(r.1.1 .a.11.1 .t11) and W+( r1.1. .a1 .t). The theory suggests that there is no single Z boson, but several varieties. Cordus suggests that the W and Z bosons do not exist in the form of 0D point particles with static characteristics, but instead are complex structures undergoing dynamic assembly and disassembly processes. The conventional concept that the bosons change the flavour of the quark is questioned. Instead the model shows that the bosons not the cause or the mechanism for the change, but merely the by-products and waste process stream from the conversion process. The neutrino-antineutrino annihilation process is modelled and predicted to result in either an electron-positron pair and two photons, or four photons.
Comments: 9 Pages.
[v1] 4 Nov 2011
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