High Energy Particle Physics

   

Physical Nature of Mesons and Principle of Decay in the Non-Standard Model

Authors: Daniele Sasso

In the Standard Model (SM) mesons are considered hadrons like baryons and they have therefore a quark structure. Moreover they are considered bosons because of the exclusive property in the world of massive elementary particles to have integer and equal to zero spin. In this paper we propose both a critical reading of these properties and a new classification for mesons based on the Non-Standard Model (NSM) in which they have a leptonic and electrodynamic nature. The introduction then of the Principle of Decay in the new NSM involves a different classification of elementary particles and at the same time different fundamental physical properties like the spin. In this treatise the complex structure of mesons isn’t considered because their hadron nature comes down and because of their instability we introduce the energy new particle called meson neutrino. Moreover we dentify a different physical behaviour between charged mesons and neutral mesons and let us propose for neutral mesons a physical structure compatible with the positronium.

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[v1] 2012-12-04 04:48:37

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