Thursday, July 25, 2013

1104.2574 (Hans-Peter Morsch)

Towards a realistic theory of fundamental forces - extension of the QED
Lagrangian by boson-boson coupling

Hans-Peter Morsch
A finite theory of fundamental forces has been constructed by extending QED by boson-boson coupling. Deduced fermion and boson matrix elements lead to two bound state potentials, boson-exchange and confinement potential, which can be evaluated by simple forms of wave functions. All parameters in this formalism are determined by boundary conditions. An application to e+ e- and p e- yields binding energies, radii and decay widths. Different from QED the electric coupling constant $\alpha$ is not a fixed constant, but is determined self-consistently by geometric and energy-momentum constraints with a value for the lowest energy solution consistent with the fine structure constant alpha_{QED}=1/137. The full spectrum of bound states is generated by a boson-exchange interaction in the vacuum with momentum dependence sim 1/q^4. Finally, hypothetical ground states are constructed with binding energies consistent with the total binding of s-states.
View original:

No comments:

Post a Comment