The book presents a new concept on several physics topics. The initial values are non-relativistic quantities of subatomic particles which the values obtained in experiments are actually their relativistic reflection. The subjects in the book are presented in such order that each new topic is based on the development of its predecessor that explains where it stems from. The book presents methods of analyzing traditional physics concepts to extract hidden embedded information that reveals new variables which are combined with those known. The new formulas yield results that match experiments accurately. It presents discoveries as: The origin of electric charge of subatomic particle stem from its OAM. The electron's zero OAM at ground state which is interpreted as the OAM is not necessarily a motion related, is explained by the Quantum Numbers obtained differently than solving the wave function! The electron's mass is expressing the square of its magnetic flux quantum. The proton, neutron and all baryons consist of three energy levels on which the quarks are orbiting. The third energy level of 80.5 Gev plays a major role in the weak force while it host charged mesons emitted out thru a W boson that acquires the level's energy. Baryons are compositions of a down and up quarks at the first and second energy levels and mainly charged pions positioned at third energy level, hence it bypass the Pauli Exclusion Principle. The OAM of the orbiting quarks are third or two thirds of the reduced Planck constant. The proton's missing spin stems from the quark's OAM. The Electron is a bound state composition of a negative Pion and an Electron's Neutrino. Electrons in confined space forms a process named "spin-charge separation", validated by experiments conducted at Cambridge and Birmingham universities.
|Imprint||Glasstree Academic Publishing|
|Copyright||2012, Israel Fried|
|Copyright License||Standard Copyright License|
|Product Details||8.27 x 11.69 Standard Color Glossy Perfect Bound|
|Page Count||198 pages|
|Type of Publication||Textbook|
|Keywords||The Hidden Variables|