Vacuum Potentials for the Two Only Permanent Free Particles, Proton and Electron. Pair Productions
Abstract
The two only species of isolatable, smallest, or unit charges +e and e present in nature interact with the universal vacuum in a polarisable dielectric representation through two uniquely defined vacuum potential functions. All of the noncomposite subatomic particles containing oneunit charges, +e or e, are therefore formed in terms of the IED model of the respective charges, of zero rest masses, oscillating in either of the two unique vacuum potential fields, together with the radiation waves of their own charges. In this paper we give a first principles treatment of the dynamics of charge in a dielectric vacuum, based on which, combined with solutions for the radiation waves obtained previously, we subsequently derive the vacuum potential function for a given charge q, which we show to be quadratic and consist each of quantised potential levels, giving therefore rise to quantised characteristic oscillation frequencies of the charge and accordingly quantised, sharplydefined masses of the IED particles. By further combining with relevant experimental properties as input information, we determine the IED particles built from the charges +e, e at their first excited states in the respective vacuum potential wells to be the proton and the electron, the observationally two only stable (permanently lived) and "free" particles containing oneunit charges. Their antiparticles as produced in pair productions can be accordingly determined. The characteristics of all of the other more energetic singlecharged noncomposite subatomic particles can also be recognised. We finally discuss the energy condition for pair production, which requires two successive energy supplies to (1) first disintegrate the bound pair of vaculeon charges +e, e composing a vacuuon of the vacuum and (2) impart masses to the disintegrated charges.
 Publication:

Journal of Physics Conference Series
 Pub Date:
 February 2012
 DOI:
 10.1088/17426596/343/1/012135
 arXiv:
 arXiv:1111.3123
 Bibcode:
 2012JPhCS.343a2135Z
 Keywords:

 Physics  General Physics
 EPrint:
 Presentation at the 7th Int Conf Quantum Theory and Symmetries (QTS 7) Prague, Aug., 2011. Includes: (Part B) "A Microscopic Theory of the Neutron", (Part C) "A Quantum Electromagnetic Theory of the Pions, Muons and Their Emitting Particles (I)", (Part D) "Quantum Electromagnetic Theory of the IVB's and Higgs". V.7: Typo corrections, supplemental discussions in Part D