Nuclear and Atomic Physics


Majorana Particle is a Neutral Self-Conjugated Electron

Authors: Antonio Puccini

With the neutron decay, a proton and an electron (e-) are emitted. The energy gap, which should be offset by the emission of a 3rd particle, is randomly included between 0.511 and 0.7828 MeV. These values correspond to those of a more or less accelerated electron, but not those of a neutrino, which mass is considered to be ≤ 0.01 electronic masses. Pauli and Fermi hypothesized that this 3rd particle should be free of electric charge and provided with the same mass and spin of an electron. Such requests may be fully met by an electron, but without electric charge: a neutral electron (e°), equally safeguarding all Conservation Laws. If we analyze the properties of this possible particle, they seem to coincide with those attributed to the Majorana Spynor or Fermion: that is, a massive particle, free of electric charge, self-conjugated, i.e. it identifies with its antiparticle (with the exception of the spin: antiparallel): ↓e° ≡ ē°↑

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