The Electromagnetic Particle—A Backward Engineering Approach to Matter in SI Units

Author: Tobias Bartusch

This article describes the properties of the free elementary particles from an electromagnetic approach in SI units. The analysis is done from a backward engineering approach for the structural analysis. This also includes the origin of charge, which is modelled from a single photon and the pairing effect. Then the necessary implications for a stable particle including an explanation of the inner particle force and the quantization condition for the radius of the electron are handled. Furthermore, the properties of the myon, tauon, proton, neutron and black holes will be extrapolated and a possible reason for the mass oscillation of the Neutrino will be shown also. In addition, a possible explanation for the occurrence of matter free mass based on an EM-mass equation will be explained and will suggest an obviously resulting augmentation to the special relativity theory and finally the analytical approach of the theory is compared to the CODATA values and astronomic data for black holes.


Journal: Journal of High Energy Physics, Gravitation and Cosmology
DOI: 10.4236/jhepgc.2020.64052(PDF)
Paper Id: 103645


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