Scientific journal
European Journal of Natural History
ISSN 2073-4972

ELECTROMAGNETIC MASS OF AN ELECTRON

Dubas L.G. 1
1 RICN, RAAS
1. Dubas L.G. Quark mass unit // European journal of natural history. – 2013. – № 3. – Р. 77–78. URL: www.world-science.ru/euro/495-33149, (ref: 2014.05.29).
2. Fine-structure constant, National Institute of Standards and Technology. USA. URL: www.physics.nist.gov/cgi-bin/cuu/Value?alph|search_for=abbr_in!, (ref: 2014.05.29).

The concept of electromagnetic mass of an electron guesses idealized judgment that all mass of an electron is equivalent to not quantum electromagnetic energy of an electron.

Let’s guess a hypothesis that the part of mass of an electron is equivalent to electromagnetic energy of an electron.

In article [1] the factor of the relation of a natural electrical charge to an elemental electrical charge is used.

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where α – is fine-structure constant [2].

In representations of article [1] about electromagnetic mass of an electron is used.

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where mn – is electromagnetic mass of an electron; me – electron mass.

In representation of article [1] about use of the semi multiple quantity equal 39,5, for definition of a quark mass unit which approximately is supposed to be related to least quantity of mass of a quark, are given.

mq = 39,5∙mn,

where mq – it is mass of a quark unit.

Let’s present one of effects of article [1] in the form of hypothetical analogue of the periodic table of D. Mendeleev, with use of analogy of periods, groups and blocks of a periodic table taking into account a mass unit of a quark, spotted as 39,5 electromagnetic masses of an electron.

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The work is submitted to the International Scientific Conference “Research on the priority of higher education on-directions of science and technology”, Austria (Vienna-Salzburg), June 22 – July 1, 2014, came to the editorial office оn 29.05.2014.