**Author:**

McMahon, Casey Ray

**Category:**

Research Papers

**Sub-Category:**

Quantum Theory / Particle Physics

**Date Published:**

October 07, 2015

**Keywords:**

electron, mass, rest mass, mcmahon field theory, quantum, relativity

**Abstract:**

The Original McMahon field theory was developed and written over a period of almost 14 years, between the 31st of December 1996 and the 20th February, 2010. As time goes on, I am constantly coming up with more data to add to it- data that explains observations made in the real world. Here, I use the McMahon field theory to determine the rest mass of an electron- going into far greater detail than I did in the original McMahon field theory, so that the reader can fully understand. This paper shows that:
The observed mass of an electron (moving) bound in an atom due to relativity = 9.109 382 15(45)×10^−31Kg,
Free Electron rest mass with no motion relative to the observer =
hR /c = 2.42543489361 x 10^-35Kg

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