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SLAC Publication: SLACPUB17163
SLAC Release Date: October 24, 2017
Geometric Representation of Fundamental Particles Masses
Spencer, James.
A geometric representation of the lowest lying inertial masses of the known particles (N=312) was introduced by employing a Riemann Sphere facilitating the interpretation of the N masses in terms of a single, hypothetical particle we call the Masson (M). Geometrically, its mass is the radius of the Sphere. Dynamically, its derived mass is near the mass of the only stable hadron regardless of whether it is determined from all N particles or only the hadrons (294), the mesons (160) or the baryons ... Show Full Abstract
A geometric representation of the lowest lying inertial masses of the known particles (N=312) was introduced by employing a Riemann Sphere facilitating the interpretation of the N masses in terms of a single, hypothetical particle we call the Masson (M). Geometrically, its mass is the radius of the Sphere. Dynamically, its derived mass is near the mass of the only stable hadron regardless of whether it is determined from all N particles or only the hadrons (294), the mesons (160) or the baryons (134) separately. Ignoring all other properties of these particles, [more]... Show Partial Abstract
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