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Proposal of the Electromagnetic Structures of the Most Important Particles from Decays


Recently, it was published the book “Electromagnetic Unification of Four Forces” (ISBN978-3-659-76798-2), compiling the progressions in physics made by the world people, manifested in television while led notably by me and the Members in the world satellite networks from India, Zhejiang and USA. It was achieved many important progressions, such as the spatially localized electromagnetic mass structure; the electromagnetic multi-hairy structure; the electromagnetic orienting force; the thermodynamic strong force from electromagnetic multi-hairy hybrid; the weak processes from hybrid split; the gravitational force as electromagnetic curving and shifting red from electromagnetic orienting force; and so on; electromagnetic unifying the four forces. It was also determined the structures of photon, positron/electron, π mesons, μ leptons and neutrinos. In this article, from these achievements and decay products, it is attempted to further propose the electromagnetic structures of particles most important in physics, with conservation of energy (mass), charge and spin. It is classified the combined baryons into those based on proton such as the proton, neutron, Λ0 baryon, Σ baryons, and Ξ baryons; those based on kaons from colliding pieces such as the kaons, η baryons, charm quarks, and bottom quarks; those containing the W/Z bosons with the wavelength equivalent to hybrid interval, such as the W/Z/Higgs bosons and top quarks. Besides, it is pointed out that the τ neutrino can adjust the angle between the adjacent hybrid areas in natural atomic nucleus. For the convenience of physicists to refer to, it is listed these electromagnetic structures into tables.

Zi-Jian Cai

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