High Energy Particle Physics

1105 Submissions

[3] viXra:1105.0020 [pdf] submitted on 14 May 2011

Compactly Reproducing the Fine Structure Constant Inverse and the Muon-, Neutron-, and Proton-Electron Mass Ratios

Authors: J. S. Markovitch
Comments: 2 pages.

Compact equations are introduced that reproduce the fine structure constant inverse and the muon-, neutron-, and proton-electron mass ratios near their experimental limits.
Category: High Energy Particle Physics

[2] viXra:1105.0005 [pdf] submitted on 3 May 2011

Correlation of Nucleon Mass with Lepton Mass

Authors: Christoph Caesar
Comments: 11 pages.

One of the key questions of elementary particles physics is the mass relation between leptons and nucleons or quarks. Leptons in many hadron decays and interactions show a typical energy of 53 MeV. Explicit numbers of these electrons accommodated in a quark fit the observed mass and charges of quarks and nucleons. The model further is shown to have exactly and only three different variations for quarks, the colors.
Category: High Energy Particle Physics

[1] viXra:1105.0003 [pdf] submitted on 1 May 2011

Model for Understanding the Substructure of the Electron

Authors: Christoph Caesar
Comments: 18 pages. This article has been submitted to Nature Physics on July 13. 2009.

Using a simple electromagnetic model, the electron is described as circulating electromagnetic wave with an internal twist as Moebius ribbon. Mathematically, the Moebius loop is required for the spin 1/2, as the model requires two revolutions to fulfill one phase. The positive half wave stays on the inside and partly compensates itself in a way that the negative field of the wave always is on the outside. The ratio of the field energy responsible for the charge to the total particle rest energy is the dimensionless figure 1/137, which is the fine structure constant. The model of the rotating photon does not contradict current models and offers a great simplification by using a deterministic mind set.
Category: High Energy Particle Physics