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Redefining the Electron (Part 3): The Implications for EMR and Gravity

Authors: David Johnson

The Spin Torus Energy Model (STEM) was introduced in Part 1 of the ‘Redefining the Electron’ series to define the structure of electrons and positrons so as to explain the nature of electric and magnetic fields, electric current generation from battery and induction sources, capacitor charge and discharge, and superconductivity. STEM was extended in Part 2 to define a structure Preons, quarks and nucleons and to explore the nuclear structure of atoms. The atomic model developed provides explanations for the physical characteristics and different allotropic forms of elements in the Periodic Table, their various bonding geometries, and for electron capture and beta decay. This is the third and final paper which provides a STEM explanation for the particle-wave nature of EMR, spectral line emission and absorption, the photo-electric effect, the Compton effect, P-N semiconductors, electron pair generation and annihilation, plasma, cosmic radiation and Gravity. Part 3 also provides a summary of physics and chemistry related phenomena addressed by STEM in parts 1 to 3 plus an appendix that addresses the special nature of micro and radio waves.

Comments: 30 pages. Concluding paper of 3. Links to other 2 introductory papers are provided in the abstract of this paper. Email address provided for feedback.

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