High Energy Particle Physics


Neutron Decay and Neutrino Problem

Authors: Ilgaitis Prūsis, Peteris Prūsis

In contemporary physics, it is assumed that the decay of neutrons is a proof of electron neutrino existence. The article has shown that in this case a mass defect of a proton may have a different cause, i.e., a negative mass of a positron. The hypothesis of an electron neutrino is not necessary.

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