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Fine-Structure Properties of the Electron, Proton and Neutron

David L. Bergman
Year: 2006 Pages: 8
Keywords: Fine structure, Helicon model, Energy conservation
Using the helicon model, properties of the electron, proton and neutron were calculated and updated, accurate to about five significant figures. The Helicon Model of Elementary Particles makes highly successful predictions based on the partitioning and conservation of energy and accurately accounts for all mass, energy and angular momentum (spin) without necessitating the insertion of a neutrino. A new analysis of neutron beta-decay shows the physical mechanisms at work inside the neutron before, during and after disintegration by emission of the electron. Reprinted in Electric Spacecraft Journal, N45 (March 2009).