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Annihilation-free chemical theory of subatomic particles

Abstract

Decays, annihilations and particle productions observed in particle physics have so far prevented unifying subatomic particles into a chemical scheme. Here we hypothesize that photons, rather than being absorbed, are captured by particles, conserving their integrity while remaining undetected. Therefrom, an annihilation-free chemical model of leptons, hadrons and gauge bosons is conjectured by introducing concealed photons. Our model conserves and reorganizes indestructible colored subparticles across subatomic reactions. Clues to weak interaction asymmetry naturally emerge from the chemical model. Antimatter particles appear to be more complex than matter particles, possibly suggesting why the former are scarce in the universe. The conservation laws of the standard model are satisfied, and its symmetries investigated. Experiments to verify the existence of overlooked photons are proposed. Confirmation of our theory would convey the principles of chemistry into the world of subatomic particles and reveal a profound unity among all particles
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hal-03233422 , version 1 (24-05-2021)
hal-03233422 , version 2 (17-10-2021)
hal-03233422 , version 3 (16-12-2022)

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  • HAL Id : hal-03233422 , version 3

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Stéphane Avner, Patrick Richard. Annihilation-free chemical theory of subatomic particles. 2022. ⟨hal-03233422v3⟩
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