High Energy Particle Physics

   

Evidence for Quantum-Interference Phenomena in the Femtometer Scale of Baryons.

Authors: Osvaldo F. Schilling

In a series of papers we have shown that through the imposition of gauge invariance conditions to the wavefunctions representing each particle, it is possible to relate rest energy to magnetic moment for the baryons. A key point of this model is the requirement that the magnetic flux linked through the region covered by the particle be quantized in units of hc/e, which converges to the inverse dependence of mass with the fine structure constant alpha, as reported in the literature. Our most accurate results however display deviations from the strict integer numbers of flux quanta, which requires an explanation. The objective of the present paper is to show that such deviations can be precisely associated to the flux dependence of the phase differences of interfering currents flowing through Josephson Junctions in the DC mode. In the same way as in macroscopic Josephson Junctions between superconductors, quantum interference between the constituents of baryons takes place when constituents superpose, which gives rise to squared sinusoidal undulations observed in a plot of the flux confined for each baryon against the respective magnetic moments.

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