The Spin is the Origin of the Charge on a Charged Particle

Salah Eid


The charge on a charged particle is the energy created by its revolution around its axis or its spin, this explains the charge on the electron or the proton. It is well known that the two energies or charges of these two particles are equal in magnitude and opposite in direction or sign, why? because the ratio between electron's revolution squared velocity and proton's revolution one is the same as the ratio between the mass  of the proton measuring to the mass of electron , thus each has the same energy or charge. In the same time, these two charges are the equal and opposite halves of the circular motion of the electron around the proton in the hydrogen atom, the smallest and basic astronomical system in the universe.

DOI: 10.7176/APTA/80-05

Publication date:October 31st 2019

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