Nuclear and Atomic Physics


The Reason of a Realistic View to Particles and Atomic Nuclei

Authors: Hans-G. Hildebrandt

Electrons and positrons are elementary particles in the original sense of this word. There is a possibility to explain the whole world of particles and atomic nuclei by using electron and positron as elementary components. This dual particles interact at high energies to light particles, e.g. light mesons, which are the sub-structural particles of heavier particles and atomic nuclei. The result of this view is a consistent structure of all particles and atomic nuclei and explantion of their manifold interactions. Particles e.g. quarks do not have to be proven for validating this description of this part of reality.

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