The Spinning Particle Model

The Classic Model
of the Electron
The Spinning Particle Model of the Electron
Some Predictions
of this model are:
Explaining the Questions raised by the Classical Model
Negative charges
Attracting each other
Graphical Particle Collision Solver
Particle & Wave Behavior
Tunnel Effect
Spin Polarized Tunnelling (Giant Magnetoresistance)
Theory of Radiation
Gyromagnetic Ratio g=2
Measuring the Size
of the Electron
The Hydrogen Atom Model
Relativity: Time and Spedd
A brief summary
of the ideas exposed
Discussion Forum
Annex 1:
Calculating the Spin
   The Spinning Particle Model

 Gyromagnetic Ratio g=2

The gyromagnetic ratio of a particle or system is the ratio of its magnetic dipole moment to its angular momentum.
Suppose we divide the classical spherical charged electron in rings. Each ring has radius r, area A = πr2, mass m, charge q, and angular momentum L=mvr. Then the magnitude of the magnetic dipole moment is:
But the measured experimental data is :
With Gyromagnetic Ratio g=2 .
This means once more that our electron cannot have a classical sphere like structure.
This gyromagnetic ratio comes from the two-fold spin structure.
The spin is expressed in terms of the orbital motion of the CC around the CM and also of the rotation of the body frame.
The orbital motion quantizes with value 1.
The rotational motion quantizes with value ½ in the opposite direction, so that the total spin is ½ in the direction of the orbital angular momentum.
But the magnetic moment of the electron is related to the orbital part of its angular momentum with a normal g=1 relation but with g=2 when expressed in terms of the total spin S. (More Info)
M. Rivas