G. Sardin. The proton gyromagnetic g-factor: An electromagnetic model
Submitted on: Jun 13, 2012, 06:09:55
Natural Sciences / Physics / Particle physics
So far, the Standard Model of Elementary Particles has not succeeded getting a trustworthy account of the proton spin, which remains an enigma. This hindrance is known as the proton spin crisis, owing to the experimental evidence already from 1988 suggesting that little or none of the proton's spin would come from the spin of the quarks. This prompted theorists to a flood of guessworks about the proton's spin. Since it remains unsolved, in the framework of new physics an exploratory approach based on a novel paradigm is proposed, which brings a renewed access to this challenge, through its reciprocal relationship with the g-factor.
The Orbital Model of Elementary Particles allows deepening the physical significance of the gyromagnetic g-factor by correlating it to structural and inner dynamical parameters. This new approach provides a further insight to the correlation between magnetic moment and mass of elementary particles, through the relationship between the electromagnetic radius and wavelength of their structure. The deBroglie and Compton wavelengths can be used equivalently. The structure of elementary particles can be efficiently approached by considering them to be defined by two inner dynamics, a rotation and an oscillation of the electric charge tracing the structuring orbital. To the rotation of the electric charge is associated the magnetic moment, which depends on the orbital radius, and to its oscillation is associated the mass, which depends on the structure wavelength. The relationship between the two dynamics, gyratory and oscillatory, defines the quantization of the structuring orbital. Here its application is addressed to the proton. Its g-factor is related to its structural state. Its reduced structure wavelength and electromagnetic radius differ slightly and their ratio r/Iť fixes the value of the g-factor.
G. Sardin Universitat de Barcelona - Facultat de Fisica email@example.com
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