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

  Negative charges Attracting each other (VI)

In the classic sphere-like model of the electron, the repulsive force between equal charges will always take them apart, making it impossible for them to form bound states. This is not true with the Spinning Particle Model.
It can be computed mathematically that these bound states are stable even at very high temperatures, thus it should be possible to form spin 1 condensates at room temperature (superconducting materials).

In the next Slide you can find a Particle Collision Solver  with which you can experiment with this model for different boundary conditions. It describes the interaction of two equal charged particles with the spins parallel.
M. Rivas