Authors: Malcolm H Mac Gregor
Higgs mass-generation particle coupling constants g are calculated as suggested by Lederman and Hill, who use the top quark t as the reference Higgs mass. Accurate alpha-quantized coupling constants g are obtained for the metastable leptons, constituent quarks, proton, Bc meson, and W and Z gauge bosons, where alpha is the fine structure constant, and where the particle masses are the inertial masses of the states involved. An analogous set of inverse Higgs-like coupling constants f is also presented in which the electron serves as the reference mass, as suggested by the alpha-boosted mass generation structure of the experimental f and g coupling constant values.
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