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Mass Structure of Axial Vector Types of Leptons and Fields
A classification of currents with respect to C-operation admits the existence of C-noninvariant types of Dirac fermions. Among them one can meet an electroweakly charged C-antisymmetrical leptons,
On the Gravitational Field of the Electric Charge
The idea has been spoken that any of Dirac and Pauli form factors of leptonic current includes both normal and anomalous components. From this point of view, the dependence of independent parts of
A Light-Force Duality Principle
The United Families of Massive Neutrinos of a Different Nature
At the availability of a nonzero mass, the same neutrino regardless of whether it refers to Dirac or Majorana fermions, must possess simultaneously each of the anapole and electric dipole moments.
A Latent Quantized Force of an Atomic Unification
At the availability of a force of an atomic unification, a sharp interconnection between an antineutrino and a neutron must constitute an antineutrino hydrogen is one of the two atoms having a
An Unbroken Axial-Vector Current Conservation Law
The mass, energy and momentum of the neutrino of a true flavor have an axial-vector nature. As a consequence, the left-handed truly neutral neutrino in an axial-vector field of emission can be
Spin Polarization Type Dependence of the Neutrino Mass and Nature
The interaction of longitudinal and transversal polarized neutrinos (antineutrinos) with the field of a nucleus is investigated at the account of their rest mass, charge, magnetic, anapole and
An Allgravity as a Grand Unification of Forces
Each type of Coulomb (Newton) charge corresponds to a kind of Coulomb (Newton) mass. Such a mass-charge duality principle explains the availability of the united rest mass and charge in a neutrino