Volume 22: Pages 462-466, 2009
Sorin Vlaicu 1
1Str. 3 August 1919, No. 1, 300092 Timisoara, Romania
An electron similar to an infinitesimal circular current has properties dependent on its velocity and the external magnetic field. Their equations are determined through the universal laws of conservation and are verified by experimental data. An intricate problem of any compound electron is its elementary electric charge. All ring particles made of magnetic subparticles have weak and strong interactions under determined conditions.
Keywords: Rotating Ring Electron, Elementary Electrical Charge, Weak and Strong Interactions
Received: August 12, 2008; Accepted: August 3, 2009; Published Online: September 22, 2009