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Impedance Representation of the S-matrix: Proton Structure and Spin from an Electron Model

@article{Cameron2016ImpedanceRO,
  title={Impedance Representation of the S-matrix: Proton Structure and Spin from an Electron Model},
  author={P. Cameron},
  journal={viXra},
  year={2016}
}
  • P. Cameron
  • Published 2016
  • Physics
  • viXra
  • The possibility of electron geometric structure is studied using a model based upon quantized electromagnetic impedances, and written in the language of geometric Clifford algebra. In such a model the electron is expanded beyond the point, to include the simplest possible objects in one, two, and three dimensions. These point, line, plane, and volume elements, quantized at the scale of the electron Compton wavelength and given the attributes of electric and magnetic fields, comprise a minimally… CONTINUE READING
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