High Energy Particle Physics


Quantum-Interference Phenomena in the Femtometer Scale of Baryons. Inclusion of all Baryon Octet and Decuplet Particles

Authors: Osvaldo F. Schilling

Evidence for quantum interference due to internal currents is presented for all baryons of the octet and decuplet, through the joint analysis of their rest energy and magnetic moments data. This work supplements the paper vixra: 1706.0040, and corrects the approximate equation used to fit data in a Figure in that paper( and in vixra:1706.0287). The fully correct expression, plotted here in a new Figure, clearly displays instability and the tendency of the number of flux quanta n to “reach for” integer values whenever the magnetic moment of a particle ( in nuclear magneton units) becomes an integer number. The overall conclusion of this set of papers in vixra is that mass is essentially determined by kinetic( and magnetic) energies associated with angular momentum. The fine details, however, depend upon the magnetic moments ( consistent with SU(3) symmetry), their self-magnetic fields, and the resulting currents whose intereference will determine the correct energies that consitute the so-called rest masses.

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[v1] 2017-08-06 09:21:13

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