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 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

Explaining the Questions raised by the Classical Model

With our model the electron is described as a Point Charge spinning   around its Center of Mass
 1 In this model the charge is located at one Point with no size and thus there is no way for the electron charge to “repel” itself and “explode”. 2 Now we have a Radius from the spinning charge CC to the CM,  related to the Spin (angular momentum) by: R=S/mc and because S=h/2, R is half Compton’s  wavelength, ≈10−13m (calculation) 3 In this model g=2. See slide: “Gyromagnetic Ratio” 4 Boson Condensates as in Superconductors. See slide: “Negative Charges attracting each other” 5 In this model the CM & CC are NOT the same point
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