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Dark Matter and Other Elementary Particles

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Dark Matter and Other Elementary Particles
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Publisher: elementaryparticlesmodel.com
Number of pages: 233

Description:
The authors develops a spatial model of the elementary particles (e.g., proton, neutron, electron, quarks, nuclides, and mesons) for particle physics much as the 'ball and stick' model provides to chemistry. Although the overall model is based upon a few simple assumptions, the effort leads to the development of spatial models for quarks, elementary particles and atomic nuclei that show attributes and predictions that are not provided by other spatial models.

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