Abdullahi, Musa Daji
Mechanics / Electrodynamics
March 4, 2020
Attraction, Coulomb’s Law, Electron, Energy, Force, Mass, Newton’s Law, Positron. Repulsion.
The structure of an electron or positron is likely to be a spherical shell of radius a and charge -e or +e, which has intrinsic energy E and mass m proportional to e^2. A neutral body, containing N electrons and N positrons has mass Nm, for energy radiation from the union, without annihilation. For two neutral bodies, Coulomb forces of repulsion and attraction, proportional to the sum of products of the charges, being positive and negative, cancel out everywhere. The Newtonian gravitational forces of attraction, proportional to the sum of square of products of the charges, being all positive, remain and add up.