The carted quarks-based equations for the proton magnetic moment, its countless configurations and a supposed spin propelling engine.

Volume 8, Issue 5, October 2023     |     PP. 512-523      |     PDF (2979 K)    |     Pub. Date: September 18, 2023
DOI: 10.54647/physics140579    59 Downloads     32030 Views  

Author(s)

Emmanuel Saucedo-Flores, José Guadalupe Zuno No. 48, Industrial Los Belenes, CP 45101 Zapopan, Jalisco, México
Víctor Manuel Rangel-Cobián, José Guadalupe Zuno No. 48, Industrial Los Belenes, CP 45101 Zapopan, Jalisco, México

Abstract
The proton magnetic moment is computed by considering its quarks generated currents based in orbit-like circuits created as they are carted along by its hauler spin. Equations are derived for each quark magnetic moment for two possible rotations modes; needed quarks configurations for each rotation mode to obtain the experimentally determined proton magnetic moment numerical value are easily derived from the provided equations and a few examples are given. It is demonstrated that the proton quark configuration can be continuously adjusted, while maintaining the right proton magnetic moment, by relocating their rotation planes and/or their centers along the current circuits whilst keeping the up-down quarks separation and hence the Coulomb force among them. Additionally, it is shared the striking concept of the proton with 360° configurable quarks. Finally, a possible proton spin propelling engine based on the force among quarks is commented.

Keywords
proton magnetic moment, the carted quarks currents, force among quarks.

Cite this paper
Emmanuel Saucedo-Flores, Víctor Manuel Rangel-Cobián, The carted quarks-based equations for the proton magnetic moment, its countless configurations and a supposed spin propelling engine. , SCIREA Journal of Physics. Volume 8, Issue 5, October 2023 | PP. 512-523. 10.54647/physics140579

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