High Energy Particle Physics


Modeling the Electron as a Stable Quantum Wave-Vortex: Interpretation α ≈1/137 as a Wave Constant

Authors: George Kirakosyan

The connection of alpha (α ≈1/137) to redistribution of intensities in interference of circularly polarized waves it has shown. Obtained number coincides to known one in reached accuracy: 10^-10. The photon represented as a quantum wave packet. The electron’s model proposed as Compton’s circularly polarized standing wave. The origins of the mass and static fields (charges) interpreted as a relativistic mass and pseudo static electromagnetic fields (“halos”) arising in interference of quanta. Electron’s magnetic moment and g value obtained with 10^-10 accuracy. Physical interpretation of de Broglie’s wave is proposed.

Comments: 22 pages, 10 figures, Article published in HADRONIC JOURNAL

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