Digitale Bibliotheek
Sluiten Bladeren door artikelen uit een tijdschrift
 
   volgende >>
     Tijdschrift beschrijving
       Alle jaargangen van het bijbehorende tijdschrift
         Alle afleveringen van het bijbehorende jaargang
           Alle artikelen van de bijbehorende aflevering
                                       Details van artikel 1 van 4 gevonden artikelen
 
 
  A view about the nature and origin of the (elementary) electric charge and the possible size of the photon
 
 
Titel: A view about the nature and origin of the (elementary) electric charge and the possible size of the photon
Auteur: C. D. Matsiras
Verschenen in: Journal of engineering science and technology review
Paginering: Jaargang 2 (2009) nr. 1 pagina's 18-23
Jaar: 2009
Inhoud: The present study intends: on the one hand, to give an explanation of the origin and the nature of the elementary electric charge (e-), by determining the most possible reason why the electron shows Coulomb field, and by finding the mechanic equivalent to the electric charge; and on the other hand, to suggest a possible size for the photon by comparing maximum power wave lengths of photons and particles, taking into consideration the Planck length.The initial idea arose from a previous paper of the author [1] entitled “Dwarf Primary Black Holes and Nucleons – Indirect Theory of Unified Fields – Relation between Gravitational and Nuclear Potentials”, where a new transformation formula of a collapsing mass and its reverse formula are introduced. From the application of the reverse formula, we conclude that electrons and nucleons (from quarks) were created from the crash of initial (primary) matter of the Universe, 9.11 millions and 1.674 billions of tons respectively, in the first infinitesimal flashes just after the Big Bang.Moreover, it is proved that: a) the nuclear forces of the nucleons come from the gravitational potential of their initial mass that is stored in them, b) the velocity of the collapse (crash) of a mass increases vertically, when its volume gets a critical value (critical volume), c) the gravity radius of the particle’s initial mass is smaller or equal to the radius of the critical volume and the two radii take the same value, when the radius of the particle concurs with the gravity radius of the particle’s mass and d) when the final velocity of collapse is equal to the velocity of light, then the collapsing mass changes into antimass (antimatter)
Uitgever: Education Institute of Kavala
Bronbestand: Elektronische Wetenschappelijke Tijdschriften
 
 

                             Details van artikel 1 van 4 gevonden artikelen
 
   volgende >>
 
 Koninklijke Bibliotheek - Nationale Bibliotheek van Nederland