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  1. #1 Quant not Quark 
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    Hi everybody,
    I am working on a model that uses the solution to a 2nd order DE, Ψ(e,ε), as probability amplitude for the electromagnetic field, EΨ(e,ε), e=elementary charge, ε=electric constant. Reversing the usual QM, this will provide particle character to a wave, giving:

    - quantized values for particle energy as function of the fine-structure constant α:
    W_n /W_electron = ylm1.51 Π(k=0->n) α^(-1/3^kε) n={0;1;..}, see table below for spherical sym. y00 = 1 and 1.st angular term y10 =3^1/3 =1.44.
    - a numerical approximation for the fine-structure constant α^-1 ≈ 4π Γ(1/3)|Γ(-1/3)| ( Γ=Gamma function)
    - magnetic moments, calculated from the electromagnetic fields; agreement with experiment within factor of 2
    and on a speculative level
    - a possibility to quantitatively express gravitational force entirely in electromagnetic terms,
    - an indication of a common base for strong force, electromagnetism and mass/gravitation.
    The model is quite incomplete, its elaboration primitive and sloppy and I know the standard model already explains everything, but I need only e + ε, the standard model needs an additional 20+ parameters to do so.
    More info at doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.801423 or at youtube: "Quant not Quark"

    Any idea, comment or critique welcome,

    Happy new year,
    kwrk
    .............W_lit/MeV.......Wn/We lit.......Wn/We calc.......calc/lit.......Πn/1,509
    y00...(ν......0,3eV-calc.........-................... 6E-7..................-..............α^3)
    .........e.......0,51...................-.......................-........................-...............-
    .........µ.......105,66...........206,8........... ....206,8.............1,000.........α^(-1)
    .........η.......547,86.........1072,1............ .1066,0.............0,994.........α^(-1)α^(-1/3)
    .........p.......938,27.........1836,2............ .1841,5.............1,003.........α^(-1)α^(-1/3)α^(-1/9)
    .........n.......939,57.........1838,7............ .1841,5.............1,002.........α^(-1)α^(-1/3)α^(-1/9)
    .........Λ.......1115,68.......2183,3............. 2209,6.............1,012.........α^(-1)α^(-1/3)α^(-1/9)α^(-1/27)
    .........Σ.......1192,64.......2333,9............. 2348,0.............1,006.........α^(-1)α^(-1/3)α^(-1/9)α^(-1/27)α^(-1/81)
    .........Δ.......1232,00.......2411,0............. 2420,4.............1,004.........α^(-3/2)
    y10. .π.........139,57..........273,1...............298,2 .............1,092.........1,44 α^(-1)
    ........ρ0........775,26........1517,2............1537,6.... .........1,013.........1,44 α^(-1)α^(-1/3)
    ........ω0........782,65.......1531,6.............1537,6.... .........1,004.........1,44 α^(-1)α^(-1/3)
    ........Σ0.......1383,70.......2707,8.............2656,3.... .........0,981........1,44 α^(-1)α^(-1/3)α^(-1/9)
    ........Ω-........1672,45.......3272,9.............3187,2... ..........0,974........1,44 α^(-1)α^(-1/3)α^(-1/9)α^(-1/27)
    ........tau......1776,82.......3477,.............. ..3491,3.............1,004........1,44 α^(-3/2)






    Last edited by kwrk; January 6th, 2018 at 08:28 AM. Reason: typo
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