Quantum Theory / Particle Physics
May 16, 2017
wave, particle, minute magnetic dipoles
This new article in "The General Science Journal" will analyze some of the consequences that follow from the fact that the elementary material particles, except neutrinos, are real minute but very powerful magnetic dipoles. One effect is that in certain cases and conditions an electron beam can display certain forms of interference similar to that of light. Nevertheless they are very different facts. Matter can resemble light in certain situations, but has no wave character. The similarity lies in the fact that elementary particles are authentic magnetic dipoles which are arranged following certain patterns when part of a beam.