Relativity and Cosmology

   

Neutron is a Composit Particle, Made up of Proton and Electron

Authors: Lubomir Vlcek

In the paper „ Physics is easy“ we showed, that leptons ( electron, muon, tau ), W + - Z bosons and neutrinos ( electron neutrino, muon neutrino, tau neutrino) can be replaced with electron moving at different speeds from 0.1c up to 0.999.. c . Similarly hyperons, mesons and quarks can be replaced by proton and neutron (or alpha particle respectively ) moving at different speeds from 0.1c up to 0.999.. c . While, the neutron is composed of proton and electron orbiting around it. Thus, all particles, which are currently known, can be replaced by the various fast moving electron or proton. Electron and proton are the only stable fundamental elementary particles. We show, that neutron is source β rays - β electrons ( bosons Zo, W+- too) , γ rays, electron neutrinos, muon neutrinos, tauon neutrinos. The hole is making with cocoon cloud and has a negative charge, such as electron - Spherical electron cocoon or an electron cloud has 4.57e + 14 electron orbits during 1 sec in the hydrogen atom for H alpha, and occupies a volume 2.7e-30m^3/s. The hole is making with cocoon cloud and has a negative charge, such as electron in neutron - Spherical electron cocoon or an electron cloud has 1,944e+25 electron orbits during 1 sec Electron in neutron works analogically as electron in atom H. Only their speeds are many times bigger. Speed of electron in neutron: 0,999994c Speed of electron in atom H: afnucleum: v/c = 0.0027212435663 perinucleum: v/c = 0.0027270653746  for Spectral line Hα 656.281 + - 1.4 nm Speed of proton in neutron: 0,023337c Speed of proton in atom : 0.0000636c proton orbits around the center-of-mass with speedspeed 0,023337c, and radiates γ ray. In the "stable" neutron, electron orbits around the center-of-mass with speed greater than 0,999994c. Proton is compact mass not making cocoon cloud. The hole is making with cocoon cloud and has a negative charge.

Comments: 13 Pages. What is Charge, from what does it arise and, if discrete, why?

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