Authors: Kunwar Jagdish Narain
Because all electrons, nucleons, and other particles or quanta (because quantum mechanics is applied to all particles, these should be known as quanta) undergo a persistent spin motion without having any source of infinite energy, they should have a unique structure that keeps them persistently spinning and provides all the properties that they display. In addition, there should be some reason or purpose why they show a persistent spin motion, because, in nature, nothing occurs without a reason or purpose. At present, research on this topic attempts to determine how electrons, nucleons, and other particles possess a persistent spin motion through their unique structures as well as the purpose why they have such persistent spin motion. These determinations provide very clear and complete explanations of all the phenomena or events related to these particles as well as the structures and/or properties of their systems, for example, nuclei, their beams, and current-carrying specimen substances.
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