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Observations of the Properties of Physical Entities Part 2 - Shape and Size of Electron, Proton and Neutron

David L. Bergman
Year: 2004 Pages: 12
Keywords: Helicon model, Shapes, Topology
Part 2 cites and presents experimental data that reveal the existence, shape, and size of electrons, protons and neutrons. The Helicon Model of Elementary Particles is defined as a toroidal helical structure of charge fibers (one or more) that account for the electromagnetic energy (excited states) of elementary particles. The helicon is a physical model of a durable particle with specific geometry that describes its shape and size. A careful interpretation of scattering experiments performed by Arthur Compton and Robert Hofstadter gives precise agreement with the thin, flexible ring predicted by the Helicon Model. Plasma experiments of Winston Bostick, and S. C. Hsu and P. M. Bellan, provide additional data that support the Helicon Model of Elementary Particles.