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

 Measuring the Size of the Electron

Experiments to measure the size of the electron consists on colliding two beams of electrons against each other and counting how many are scattered and altered their trajectories.
By counting the collisions, and knowing how many particles we have thrown, we can estimate the average size of each particle in the beam.
Up to the highest energy of the electrons reached in the LEP experiment at CERN, the estimated size of the electron is below 10−19 m.
This is consistent with our point-like structure for the CC, because the radius R is six orders of magnitude larger than this value.
M. Rivas