Anatomy of the electron

We have seen in the chapter concerning the charge that electron cannot be uniformly charged. Properties of charge are possible only if space is curved around the particle. This curvature is not possible if electric fields of electron are uniform.

A sphere of homogeneous fields could not be "charged" if space is not curvetted around the particle. Curvature of the space is necessary to the mass and the charge.

The energy of the electron is not in the charge but in the associated wave which creates and supports the charge (E = hc/λ).

The energy of the electron is 1837 more weak that the energy of the neutron. If is radius is proportional to the surface of the particle, the electron will have a radius equal to 0,028 fm. Electron is not a punctual particle. There are no more bubbles in the electron.

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