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The Charge Structures of Aether and Substance

DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1104379, PP. 1-9

Subject Areas: Particle Physics, Classical Physics

Keywords: Aether, Charge Structure, Electron, Neutrino, The Energy of “Rest”

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The hypothesis of the charge structures matter serves as the basis for defining the inner energies of “rest” an electron: Ee=αc/(2πRe)[s﹣1]; a neutrino: En=Eeα3; a proton: Ep=Ee(α-2-3α-1). “Relict” radiation is regarded as the wave background is caused by charges oscillations of the aether. Charge pair known as a neutrino is the elementary structure of the aether and partici-pant of the energy and charges exchange reactions between the ethereal and in-ert structures. The internal spin dynamics of the charge structures of particles creates their inertness. The electron mass of “rest” is defined as the time density on its shell that forms the space-time unity: Me=α/(2πRec) [s/m2]. Factors of randomness and periodicity in the radioactivity phenomenon are explained. The ethereal concept of the antiparticles origin is proposed.

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Nikolskiy, G. (2018). The Charge Structures of Aether and Substance. Open Access Library Journal, 5, e4379. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/oalib.1104379.

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