Mathematical Physics

   

The Mass of the Electron-Neutrino Expressed by Known Physical Constants

Authors: Laszlo I. Orban

Many trials attempted to understand the neutrinos ever since Pauli theoretically concluded its existence from the conservation of energy calculations. The present paper demonstrates that commencing from two appropriately chosen measurement systems, the mass of the electron-neutrino can be calculated from the mass of the electron and the fine-structure constant. The mass of the neutrino can be determined by the theoretically derived expression (m_k=\alpha^3 m_e) (m_k is the mass of the neutrino, m_e is the mass of electron, alpha is the fine-structure constant).

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