Physical Origin of Elementary Particle Masses

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Hansson, Johan;
  • Publisher: Electronic Journal of Theoretical Physics
  • Subject: High Energy Physics - Phenomenology | Physics - General Physics
    arxiv: High Energy Physics::Phenomenology

In contemporary particle physics, the masses of fundamental particles are incalculable constants, being supplied by experimental values. Inspired by observation of the empirical particle mass spectrum, and their corresponding physical interaction couplings, we propose t... View more
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