Quantum Theory / Particle Physics
Ritz, Lenard, Thomson, electrons and positrons, Coulomb repulsion, annihilation, double pyramid, crystal model
Semikov_Crystalline Electromagnetic Model [trans]_13May(2011)1-6.pdf
REPORT: At the 2011 Radiophysical Conference
Translated to English with Google Translate by Thomas E. Miles
Currently, there are many models of nuclei and elementary particles that successfully describe their individual properties. But until now there is no single model that would immediately consistently explain all the properties of nuclei, nuclear forces, predict the values of the masses of particles and their other characteristics [1, 2]. This already century-old incapacity of artificial theories of the nucleus is due to the desire to find only an external description of properties in the formal language of quantum mechanics. The fruitlessness of this approach forces us to seek a solution to the mysteries of the nucleus along the way of classical pre-quantum models, in which such scientists as F. Lenard, J. Thomson and W. Ritz tried to establish the internal structure of the nucleus, particles and thereby find not a formal mathematical, but a physical explanation their properties.