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International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
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Neutrino: A True Particle?

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Francisco Martinez Flores





Neutrino, an elementary particle so elusive, just has existence at the abstract or “inner” space that represent the isospin, which contributes to the charge produced at beta decay as the emission of electrons or positrons to the “exterior” space. The neutrino condition of being deprived of charge, mass and electromagnetic energy at the same time, prevent it from having access to that space; in this way, spin and parity can be explained without the concourse of a new particle in ordinary space. The energies of electrons or positrons emitted, which are always depending of velocity and the only measurable one, is coming as a proof of its relativistic masses; its relationship with the wavelike (frequency) and the electromagnetic characteristic, permits the analogy with the blackbody radiation graph, which requires only a purely quantum treatment. Experimental proofs are very poor and do not guarantee the existence of such particles, although the relevant literature has insisted much on it. But instead, we would have a simpler and affordable Standard Model of Particles.



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