This category contains papers conducting investigations into the energy aspects of the sub-atomic particles of particle physics. The initial paper presents an investigation into the characteristics of de Broglie matter waves in the Relativistic Space-Time Domain D0, (Pseudo-Euclidean Space-Time). Subsequently, many further aspects of this subject will be covered. The links below are to the papers in PDF format.
de Broglie Matter Waves, (P1 Ver. 1.0.0) - The subject of the first paper is the investigation of the characteristics of de Broglie matter waves within the Relativistic Space-Time Domain D0. This leads to a simplified derivation of Einstein's relativistic energy/momentum relationship, and a detailed insight into the nature of the spatial/temporal distribution of sub-atomic particle matter energy. It also forms the basis from which the resurrected Bohr/Sommerfeld theory of atomic structure is then developed in the Section on Atomic Structure.
Sub-Atomic Particle Matter Waves, (P8 Ver. 1.0.0) - The subject of the this paper is the derivation of the Schrodinger, Klein-Gordon and Dirac equations of particle physics via classical methods. In the former two equations, an anomaly is highlighted regarding their wave propagation velocities, and proposals, via re-formulated equations, are suggested to eliminate these. The regime in which these analyses are conducted is Relativistic Domain theory, as developed elsewhere on this site.
Empirical Laws for the Mass of Baryonic Particles, (P9 Ver. 1.0.0) - The subject of this paper is the development of empirical laws for the mass of sub-atomic Baryonic particles. The basis for the development is the masses of their constituent quarks. Particles with intrinsic angular momentum of J = 1/2hBar and 3/2hbar are covered. The accuracy of the laws so developed is shown to be better than 4%. This is an acceptable level considering the uncertainty in the "known" masses of the five quarks involved.
The Distribution of Energy Within Baryonic Sub-Atomic Particles, (P10 Ver. 1.0.0) - The total energy within a Baryonic sub-atomic particle consists of three varieties, (i) matter energy - the matter energy of the three constituent quarks, (ii) the energy associated with the intrinsic angular momentum of the particle, and (iii) the energy associated with quark confinement. The purpose of this paper is to determine the level of each type of energy within all Baryonic sub-atomic particles that possess intrinsic angular momenta of J = 1/2hBar and J = 3/2hBar.
Quark Energy Distributions Within Baryonic Sub-Atomic Particles, (P11 Ver. 1.0.0) - The total energy within a Baryonic sub-atomic particle is apportioned between the three quarks from which these particles are composed. The purpose of this paper is to investigate the level of each type of energy possessed by each quark for Baryon particles that possess intrinsic angular momenta of J = 1/2hBar and J = 3/2hBar.
The Detailed Decay Process of All Baryon Sub-Atomic Particles, (P12 Ver. 1.0.3) - This is the final paper on the decay of Baryon sub-atomic particles. The complete process is described using the energy distribution tables for each particle as developed in preceding papers. Included is a detailed description of the decay criteria that apply, and the trigger mechanisms that cause each event in each decay to occur. Particles with intrinsic angular momenta of J = 1/2hBar and J = 3/2hBar are covered. (Version 1.0.3 incorporates some corrections to Tables E3 and E4).