High Energy Particle Physics


The Cosmic Forging of Protons by the Electromagnetic Compression of Quarks

Authors: Jaswant Rai Mahajan

Considerations of the presently held views regarding the synthesis of nucleons from quarks during the nascent stages of our cosmos, when its gravitational hold was so great that no energy or particles could escape its plasmatic core, have led to three alternative schemes for forging quarks into protons by utilizing their mutual attractive electromagnetic potential energy for the forging process. The three models provide the mass and energy of the primary quarks, the resulting forged quarks, the potential energy assimilated by the proton, and its final attractive hold, as deduced and detailed in the body of this paper. The values deduced for the primary quarks (193.845e or 196.98e) suggest that muons (~207e) could be playing the role of the long sought quarks.

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