Comparison Analogy Between Properties of Hypernucleus and Supernucleus with Properties of the Elementary Particles and Resonances Electroproduction by Spin Shock Waves
International Journal of High Energy Physics
Volume 3, Issue 1-1, January 2016, Pages: 1-8
Received: Apr. 6, 2015; Accepted: Apr. 16, 2015; Published: Mar. 19, 2016
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A. G. Syromyatnikov, Department of Physics, St. Petersburg University, Universitetskaya nab., St. Petersburg, Russia
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Abstract
It is showed generalization of discovering of the simple fact of proportionality between all elementary particles masses and 24 resonance masses in one side and nuclei weights in another side with some constant coefficient to all-known elementary particles and resonances masses. For resonances that linear dependence led to elementary particles type when electric charge of ions is defined by the same charge of muons. This is done within the frame of the “eight spin shock wave” model, which is based on an accurate solution of the Maxwell equations for a dust-like medium of charged particles in the flat space. Parameters of the group, such as Euler’s angles and Lorentz boosts, are all localized. In this way, they become functions of space coordinates and time. As a result, it is found that the Lorentz boost’s argument satisfies the linear wave equation. For small angles, the “eight spin” model is similar to the fundamental O(3) model. It is stated some analogy between properties of hypernucleus and supernucleus with properties of elementary particles and resonances electroproduction by spin shock waves (SSW) in beam ions. In particularly theoretically for all hypernucleus it very may be possible that Λ interacts with two NN from the external level of nucleus core. The ions list for resonances begin by (n, p) nucleus, on the first hypernucleus decay channel – on D2. For He4 in the τ – atom mτM-1 = 0.475 is near 0.41 is seen through the lepton universality as atom on the outer shell of which, instead of electron – a heavy lepton – tauon etc. In this approach neutral Higgs`s boson with it mass 125 GeV connected with nucleus from the island of stability, so as neutral Z boson – to U – 238. On this set of quarks distribution their dilaton currents conservation is confirmed. Theoretically nuclei weights are defined by according to dilaton quark – lepton X – structure identified with jumps features of the quantum Green function. Whereas the definition of a value of the ratio between the masses of particles and nuclei requires taking into account the contribution of SSW C-number components of classical interact.
Keywords
Dilaton or Scale Symmetry, Dilaton Quark – Lepton X – Structure, Particles Photoproduction in Hypernucleus, Spin Shock Wave
To cite this article
A. G. Syromyatnikov, Comparison Analogy Between Properties of Hypernucleus and Supernucleus with Properties of the Elementary Particles and Resonances Electroproduction by Spin Shock Waves, International Journal of High Energy Physics. Special Issue: Breaking of Space Symmetry in the Masses Spectrum Problem. Vol. 3, No. 1-1, 2016, pp. 1-8. doi: 10.11648/j.ijhep.s.2016030101.11
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