Some Comments on Electron Electron Scattering

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Posted on: Wednesday, October 20, 2010 1:58 AM
Author: metric345
Subject: Some Comments on Electron Electron Scattering

The measured angular frequency for any particle in the Planck / Einstein / de Broglie theory is always E / h bar, where E is the total energy:

E = h bar omega = gamma m c squared

It would be a good idea to apply momentum conservation to interference of electron beams in a Young interferometer or in an electron microscope. Usually, only energy is considered, in the form:

E squared= p squared c squared + m squared c fourth

i.e.

p sup mu p sub mu = m squared c squared

This is of course the Einstein energy equation of special relativity, which quantizes to the Dirac equation. This equation is simply a re-expression of the relativistic momentum gamma m v, so contains information on momentum (Marion and Thornton, “Classical Dynamics”).

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159(14): Energy Conservation in Electron Electron Interaction.

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Posted on: Wednesday, October 20, 2010 1:25 AM
Author: metric345
Subject: 159(14): Energy Conservation in Electron Electron Interaction.

This note gives direct tests of the de Broglie hypothesis for any particle:

E = h bar omega = gamma m c squared

and gives a simple expression for the electron mass (eq. (28)). The theory can be tested further with the momentum transfer equations. Data are needed on electron electron Compton scattering, but this type of test is also valid for any equal mass particle particle interaction. From the Rydberg constant, Penning trap and other standards laboratory methods, the electron mass M is known accurately to a relative uncertainty of ten power minus eight. The three frequencies in eq. (28) can be measured experimentally. The momentum conservation equations in the next note will give a further test and eliminate one of the frequencies. The other two are found in an electron electron Compton scattering experiment. The de Broglie momentum hypothesis is for the relativistic momentum of any particle:

p = h bar kappa = gamma m v

a159thpapernotes14.pdf

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Some Comments on the Tests of Einstein / de Broglie

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Posted on: Tuesday, October 19, 2010 2:22 AM
Author: metric345
Subject: Some Comments on the Tests of Einstein / de Broglie

It is emphasized that these are tests using the original equations of the theory, with no additional assumptions at all. The theory has failed badly, catalysing a crisis in modern physics. It has failed badly not only for the photon, but also for the electron. I encourage the working group to code up these equations and search for more data on photon and electron Compton scattering. Both the equations and data are simple, as can be seen I am using undergraduate experiments. As a first suggestion I replaced mass by the ECE expression for mass:

R = (mc / bar) squared

which in the free field limit is also the Dirac and Proca expression for mass. In general there is no reason why R should be a constant, while m must be a constant in the old theory. The latter is now completely refuted and obsolete.

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Some Comments on the Tests of Einstein / de Broglie

Feed: Dr. Myron Evans
Posted on: Tuesday, October 19, 2010 2:22 AM
Author: metric345
Subject: Some Comments on the Tests of Einstein / de Broglie

It is emphasized that these are tests using the original equations of the theory, with no additional assumptions at all. The theory has failed badly, catalysing a crisis in modern physics. It has failed badly not only for the photon, but also for the electron. I encourage the working group to code up these equations and search for more data on photon and electron Compton scattering. Both the equations and data are simple, as can be seen I ma using undergraduate experiments. As a first suggestion I replaced mass by the ECE expression for mass:

R = (mc / bar) squared

which in the free field limit is also the Dirac and Proca expression for mass. In general there is no reason why R should be a constant, while m must be a constant in the old theory. The latter is now completely refuted and obsolete.

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Value of the Electron Mass

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Posted on: Tuesday, October 19, 2010 12:06 AM
Author: metric345
Subject: Value of the Electron Mass

This is defined by the standards laboratories as the mass inferred from the Rydberg constant in atomic spectra. Its 2006 CODATA value and relative uncertainty is

M = 9.10938215(45) ten power minus 31 kilograms

The relative uncertainty of 5 power minus eight is due to that in the Planck constant. This is a non relativistic definition and does not use the de Broglie Einstein theory. The latter theory when used with electron Compton scattering off the carbon atom in methane will produce a greatly varying electron M, which means that the de Broglie Einstein theory is wildly wrong. I suggest that this be shown in UFT 159 by using a fixed carbon mass, as given yesterday, and investigating M. In standards laboratories the electron mass is also determined with a Penning trap and using antiprotonic helium atoms. These methods all define M in a specific way, in a non relativistic context. More generally, M is proportional to the square root of scalar curvature.

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Photon Mass and Scalar Curvature

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Posted on: Sunday, October 17, 2010 5:20 AM
Author: metric345
Subject: Photon Mass and Scalar Curvature

To Dr Horst Eckardt:

Mass in the ECE wave equation is, as you know, a limit:

R = (mc/ h bar) squared

but its general expression is in terms of the gamma and spin connections and tetrads of Cartan geometry. For example in UFT 62, eqs. (8.25) onwards the ECE Lemma is reduced to the Einstein energy equation as a limit. Mass in general has the units of

m = (root R) h bar / c

and is proportional to root R. So to fit the numerical results from Section 3 of UFT 158, I propose that root R be used as a fitting parameter to try to mend the failure of the de Broglie Einstein theory. I agree that this will give a profound insight to the nature of mass and a new energy transfer in nature. In the EP series B(3) theory and O(3) electrodynamics were developed extensively in many directions, and that developed into ECE as you know. By now there are hundreds of ideas (literally) that are available. UFT 158 is such a high point that concentration on its development should be one central theme, energy from spacetime another.

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159(5): Compton Scattering with Stopped Photon

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Posted on: Saturday, October 16, 2010 5:58 AM
Author: metric345
Subject: 159(5): Compton Scattering with Stopped Photon

In this case, if the photon m is stopped by the collision with an electron of mass M, the result is simple:

m = M

However, this is hypothetical because it is known that the photon is either absorbed or scattered. The final object should have mass M + m and move at momentum p’ . The fundamentals of twentieth century physics are alarmingly unphysical, for example the Einstein equation (1) of this note is a pure energy process without exchange of momentum and without photon mass. In the next notes eqs. (19) and (20) will be solved, and special cases of scattering at 90 degrees and 180 degrees considered. These cases simplify the already quite simple algebra still further, but reveal severe internal inconsistencies in the very basics of modern physics.

a159thpapernotes5.pdf

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