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Majorana Particle is a Neutral Self-Conjugated Electron

@article{Puccini2017MajoranaPI,
  title={Majorana Particle is a Neutral Self-Conjugated Electron},
  author={A. Puccini},
  journal={viXra},
  year={2017}
}
With the neutron decay, a proton and an electron (e-) are emitted. The energy gap, which should be offset by the emission of a 3rd particle, is randomly included between 0.511 and 0.7828 MeV. These values correspond to those of a more or less accelerated electron, but not those of a neutrino, which mass is considered to be ≤ 0.01 electronic masses. Pauli and Fermi hypothesized that this 3rd particle should be free of electric charge and provided with the same mass and spin of an electron. Such… Expand
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