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The masses of charged leptons and quarks from superposition self-interference of their Dirac fields

Gerald Rosen
From the journal Open Physics

Abstract

Without Higgs field interaction, accurate pole mass values are obtained for the charged leptons and quarks from a Z3-symmetric linear superposition self-interference of the Dirac fields in the effective free-field Lagrangian. The charged lepton and quark pole masses evidence the discrete Z3 symmetry, the theoretical-experimental deviations δm/m are $$ \mathcal{O} $$(10−5) for all three charged leptons, and the quark pole masses are in very satisfactory overall agreement with the experimental data.

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Published Online: 2010-9-24
Published in Print: 2011-2-1

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