Quantum Gravity and String Theory


Fine-Structure Constant at High Energy and Cooper Pairs

Authors: Sylwester Kornowski

Higgs boson can not shrink spacetime to zero because its components are indestructible. The created electron-positron pairs inside the uncharged scalar in centre of baryons force contraction of the distances between spacetime components. At energy equal to mass of the W boson, we obtain that the fine-structure constant is about 1/128. We show also that particles emitted by fermions increase their effective ranges. We calculated that maximum distance between electrons in Cooper pairs should be 1161 nm.

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[v1] 2018-10-29 11:01:25

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