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Fundamental Journal of Modern Physics

ISSN: 2249-9768
Volume 1, Issue 2, 2011, Pages 133-268


Fractal Physics Theory - electrons, photons, wave-particles, and atomic capacitors
Author(s): Leonard J. Malinowski
Pages: 197-221
Received: April 4, 2011
This third article in a series of five applies Fractal Physics Theory to the electron. The magnetic dipole moment of a cosmic scale electron is obtained from known properties of ordinary matter. Fractal Physics Theory (FPT) considers electrons to be composed of 1052 subquantum scale iron atoms with an excess of 1040 subquantum scale electrons. Like all human scale matter, the fractal electron is proposed to exist in solid, liquid, gaseous and plasma phases. This provides insight into the wave-particle duality of quantum particles. FPT considers a photon to be composed of 1080 subquantum scale photons. The initial and final states of atomic absorption and atomic emission have long been understood and described by Quantum Mechanics. This article illustrates the process occurring between these initial and final states in spatial and temporal resolution. The Hydrogen atom's discrete spectra are reproduced from transitions occurring between atomic spherical capacitors. The capacitor is formed from a vaporized and delocalized electron that has a proton center and outer shell of subquantum scale (sqs) electrons. It temporarily stores the absorbed photon energy in its electric field.

Keywords and phrases

atomic capacitor, electron, fractals, photon, wave-particle.


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