The Classic Model of the Electron The Spinning Particle Model of the Electron Some Predictions of this model are: Chirality Negative charges Attracting each other Graphical Particle Collision Solver Particle & Wave Behavior Tunnel Effect 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 References Acknowledgements Annex 1: Calculating the Spin
The Spinning Particle Model

Annex 1: Calculating the Spin

 1. In a Classic Model of the Electron: • Spin = Angular Momentum = S = V * M * R (Velocity * Mass * Radius) • Spin = S = h/2 = 5,27 10−35 Js • Mass = 9,1 × 10−31 kg • Radius = 10−19 m … and then:    Velocity = V = S / (M*R) = 5,27 10−35 Js/ (9,1 × 10−31 kg * 10−19 m)= 5,79*1014 m/s >> 3,00×108 m/s  = C, the speed of light => This model is not possible, because the velocity to explain the spin should be much bigger than the speed of light. 2. In the Spinning Particle Model of the Electron: • V=c … and then: Radius = R = S / (M*c) = = 5,27 10−35 Js/ (9,1 × 10−31 kg * 3 × 108 m)= 1,93 × 10−13 m
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