Study on a Unified Schematic Model of Elementary Particles: Leptons, Photons and Quarks in Material Engineering and its Applications

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Leptons and quarks are the elementary particles constituting all of matter. Here we show a unified schematic model of leptons, photons and quarks with certain structures and sizes. We thought all matters are time variant three dimensional electromagnetic fields. We used a Taiji spinor to describe the neutrinos, two Taiji spinors to describe electrons, muons, taus and photons, three Taiji spinors to describe quarks. We found there are same couple coefficients of leptons and quarks in each same generation while there are different couple coefficients between leptons and quarks of three generations. The electromagnetic fields of spin 1/2 leptons and quarks are all divergent, so every particle sends out energy at all times. The study of the structures of these elementary particles will contribute to the use of nuclear energy material.

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Helen Zhang, David Jin and X.J. Zhao

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162-165

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J. H. He, "Study on a Unified Schematic Model of Elementary Particles: Leptons, Photons and Quarks in Material Engineering and its Applications", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 578, pp. 162-165, 2012

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/0927-6505(96)00008-4