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The Structure of Physical Mass: Introduction to Self-Momentum Theory

Dezso Sarkadi
Year: 2012 Pages: 10
In this paper an unknown, new interpretations of the physical mass is discussed. The well-known results of to date physics can be easily verified if we assume that the mass is not a scalar, but in general cases is a two-dimensional vector. The first part of this study shows that the inertial force is not only able to associate with the mass, but with equal physical quantities such as distance and frequency. Louis de Broglie's matter-wave hypothesis has been completed with the wave amplitude and frequency of the matter-wave. The introduction of these new concepts allowed a simple calculation of the lepton masses. In the light of the new insights, by the generalization Planck's radiation law we have determined the ground states of atomic masses of the periodic table. From a simple two-dimensional vector model of the physical mass, we introduced a special mass-oscillator concept, what is usable for a more precise foundation of the long been known nuclear shell-model. Supposing that the Newtonian gravity law is valid for the microscopic quantum particles, we have given a simple quantum mechanical model for the gravity. We have investigated the gravity law between commensurable masses. From theoretical aspect we have shown, that the gravity force must be vanish between equal masses. In our earlier experiment, we have already observed the minimum exchange of the gravitational energy between equal masses.