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The Strong and weak forces- explained via McMahon field theory

Author:

McMahon, Casey Ray

Category:

Research Papers

Sub-Category:

Quantum Theory / Particle Physics

Language:

English

Date Published:

April 5, 2015

Downloads:

198

Keywords:

strong force, weak force, gravity, quantum gravity, atoms, nuclei, fermi

Abstract:

Here, I use the basic principles of the McMahon field theory to explain the strong force and the weak force, as described for atoms.

Comments

casey ray mcmahon(Australia):
Refer to the paper: McMahon, C.R. (2015) electron velocity through a conductor. the general science journal.

Posted: April 09, 2015 @ 3:08:48 pm
James Garry(Vancouver, Canada):
An error in the first paragraph.

The mean speed of an electron in a typical conductor is of the order of a few mm/sec.

This topic, and the origin of the magnetic field from an electrical current, is dealt with very nicely by the latter chapters of French's 'Special Relativity'.

<wavy lines: I remember *measuring* the mean speed of electrons with a vacuum deposited thin metal layer as a practical in 2nd year BSc physics, about 20 years ago>

Posted: April 06, 2015 @ 7:31:26 pm
James Garry(Vancouver, Canada):
An error in the first paragraph.

The mean speed of an electron in a typical conductor is of the order of a few mm/sec.

This topic, and the origin of the magnetic field from an electrical current, is dealt with very nicely by the latter chapters of French's 'Special Relativity'.

<wavy lines: I remember *measuring* the mean speed of electrons with a vacuum deposited thin metal layer as a practical in 2nd year BSc physics, about 20 years ago>

Posted: April 06, 2015 @ 7:28:09 pm

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