Neutrino as Specific Magnetic ϒ-Quantum

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In the present work, the consideration is being given to the possibility that neutrinos are specific magnetic γ-quanta (magnetic solitons), devoid electric components. It is shown that the creation of these magnetic γ-quanta in the empty space (in the ether) can be understood on the basis of standard Maxwell theory. As a rule, electrodynamics states that the electromagnetic waves are created by oscillations of dipoles. These waves have obligatorily electric and magnetic components. A magnetic γ-quantum radiates when a nuclear reaction creates a relativistic particle possessing a magnetic moment that the original particle does not have. Due to the lack of magnetic monopoles in nature, magnetic γ-quanta weakly interact with matter. This property allows to identify them with neutrinos. This concept finds confirmation in the fact that by following it we get a new insight into the nature of π-meson and μ-meson, and become able to calculate their masses with a good precision. It is supposed needed to repeat the Lederman’s experiment at low energy of neutrinos.

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Vasiliev, B. (2017) Neutrino as Specific Magnetic ϒ-Quantum. Journal of Modern Physics, 8, 338-348. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2017.83023.


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