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Physics Journal, Vol.2, No.3, May 2016, Pub. Date: Apr. 22, 2016
Further Studies on Cosmic Rays from Inter-Electronic Structure of the Electron
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Authors
[01] D. P. Nandedkar, Department of Electrical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, Powai, Mumbai, India.
Abstract
In a previous paper by Nandedkar, an analysis of cosmic rays from inter-electronic structure of the electron is considered, where electromagnetic nature of cosmic rays is analyzed along with complex charge and complex mass of an electron. In the present paper, radius of the electron, velocity of the electron, angular velocity of the electron, moving mass of the electron, frequency of electromagnetic radiation from the electron, wavelength of electromagnetic radiation from the electron and strength of magnetic flux density required for reversal of spin angular momentum are re-calculated. Here it is interesting to note that the moving mass of the electron inside and/ on periphery of the electron has a velocity of 4.242(6) x 108 m/ sc which is greater than velocity of light in free space. Thus a world of Tachyon (where particle velocity can exceed velocity of light in free space) exit inside and/ on periphery of the electron. Here strength of magnetic flux density required for reversal of spin angular momentum is given in two cases, viz., Case (i) with real part of complex charge neglecting its inherent complexity, and Case (ii) with real part of complex charge retaining its inherent complexity, of the moving electron along periphery of the circle of electron radius, illustrating spin of the electron diagrammatically. Strength of magnetic flux density required for reversal of spin angular momentum in previous Case (i) is 1.895(4) x 1014 Wb/m2 of first order approximation, while in later Case (ii) it is 7.1078 x 1013 Wb/m2 of second order approximation. Sudden alternate reversals of magnetic flux densities in these cases of equal to or greater than these above values, generate continuous waves of cosmic rays of frequency ~ 1.803(8) x 1022 Hz by complex mass/ complex charge inter-electronic structure given herewith is re-considered.
Keywords
Cosmic-Rays, Electron, Complex-Mass, Complex-Charge
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