Classical Physics

   

The Riddle of the Mass of the Electron

Authors: Sylwester Kornowski

The magnetomechanical anomaly for electron leads to mass of electric charge equal to half the mass of the bare electron. On the other hand, the ratio of the spin magnetic moment to the Bohr magneton and the invariance of electric charge from the running fine structure constant show that only the mass is the sum of the bare mass and anomalous mass. The model of electron presented within the Scale-Symmetric Theory (SST) shows the origin of the three different masses of electric charge of electron. Due to the fact that the bare electron is a closed system, it transforms as a four vector. More efficient energy source using a nuclear fusion depends on the true structure of the electrons and nucleons.

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