CALCULATION OF MASS OF FUNDAMENTAL
ELEMENTARY PARTICLES

By Ove Tedenstig
      Sweden
      Date : 28/8-1998

In different particle spectra, the particle with the lowest mass value is always a charged particle. The next one always is a neutral, uncharged particle.

In a particle model, where the base particle is a quantum plasma resonance, the mass of such a particle is calculated by the following formula (see my book "Matter Unified" on the Webb) :

 

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                   M = me.( k . n . p )3
                     ===================================

                      where :    me = electron rest mass
                                  k    = 1+-0.06
                                  n    = an integer quantum number 1,2,3,4.....
                                  p    = 3.141592......
                                  M   = the calculated particle mass value

 

n    Mass from experiments   Unit    Value of k      Comment
      or predicted mass
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
1    16                                  Mev     -                  predicted  (1)
2    105.65839                      Mev     0.941127       u, muon (6)
3    493.646                          Mev     1.051727       k, kaon (6)
4     938.27231                      Mev     0.974450      p, proton (6)
5     1784.1                           Mev     0.965783      T, Tauon (6)
6     2.976                             Gev      0.954871      n, eta charmed
7     5.26                               Gev      0.987142      B, "B-meson" (2)
8     8.3                                 Gev      1.007657      z, zeta (3)
9     11.5                                Gev      -                  registered JETS (5)
10    15.8                               Gev      -                  registered JETS (5)
11    21.1                               Gev      -                  registered JETS (5)
12    27.4                               Gev      -                  registered JETS (5)
13    34.8                               Gev      -                  registered JETS (5)
14    43.4                               Gev      0.997973      registered (4)
15    53.4                               Gev      -                   registered JETS (5)
16    64.8                               Gev      -                   registered JETS (5)
17    81.0                               Gev      1.013342      W, registered (6)
18    92.4                               Gev      0.999883       Z, registered (6)
 

  1. See New Scientist 11th february/p14,15 1995
  2. B-meson, see New Scientist 14 th april 1983 or CERN data booklet
  3. zeta, see New Scientist 16th august 1984
  4. 43.4 Gev, see 25th of may 1984
  5. See statistics from reports Physics Review Letters below
  6. Se CERN Particle Data Group booklet

 

 

Statistics got from Physics Review Letters

Red mark is from our theory

Energy/Events

Energy/Events

Energy/Events

10

Gev

26

Gev

42

2

Gev

11

11.5

"

27

1

27.4

"

43

43.4

"

12

1

"

28

"

44

7

"

13

2

"

29

49

"

45

"

14

8

"

30

5

"

46

"

15

15.8

"

31

1

"

47

"

16

"

32

"

48

"

17

1

"

33

2

"

49

"

18

"

34

5

34.8

"

50

"

19

"

35

15

"

51

"

20

"

36

2

"

52-57

1

53.4

"

21

1

21.1

"

37

"

53

"

22

12

"

38

"

54

"

23

"

39

"

55

"

24

"

40

"

56

"

25

"

41

"

57

"

 

See further information at :

http://www.newphys.se/elektromagnum/physics/Tedenstig