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Gyula Szász

The instable neutron N is composed of four elementary particles, N =(P,e,p,e) and the decay is

N =(P,e,p,e) → P + e + νe, with the electron-neutrino νe =(e,p).

The nuclei of the Earth are composed of protons (P), electrons (e) and positrons (p). Our matter is proton-based matter. The eltons (E) are not built in our nuclei, but eltons can also build elton-based condensed matter. Between proton-based and elton-based matter there exists a repulsive gravitation; there exist proton-based galaxies and elton-based galaxies which repel each other.

The instable myons μ± are five-particle-systems

μ± = {(e,p,e,P,E), (e,p,e,P,E)},

with the decays

μ- = (e,p,e,P,E) → e + νe + νP; with the neutrinos νe =(e,p) and νP =(P,E),

μ+ = (p,e,p,E,P) → p + νe + νP; with the neutrinos νe =(e,p) and νP =(P,E).

The instable myons are not elementary particles.

The other entire instable particle, the pions, the kaons, the Λ, Σ and the Ξ baryons and the other instable particles are composed of electron (e), positron (p), proton (P) and elton (e). No other elementary particles are needed as e, p, P and E.

  • This reply was modified 8 years, 1 month ago by Gyula Szász.