High Energy Particle Physics


Beta Radiation, Gamma Radiation and Electron Neutrino in the Process of Neutron Decay

Authors: Daniele Sasso

In this paper let us consider the process of neutron decay whether when neutron is free or when neutron is inside nucleus. Decay produces always one proton, one electron and a third particle, that we identify rather with electron neutrino than with electron antineutrino that is an altogether similar particle to neutrino. Neutrino and antineutrino are here considered energy quantum particles with zero mass, zero electric charge and zero spin and have the spectrum of frequency into the gamma radiation. A new explanation in regard to the continuous spectrum of velocities of beta electrons is then given. Let us deduce at last the value of spin for a few important particles of the microphysical world and define the numeric relation between angular spin and magnetic spin with regard to electron.

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[v1] 2012-05-09 04:00:54

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