The trio of mass energy

the classic electron radius cer

electron mass em

electron charge ec

proton mass pm

neutron mass nm

speed of light c

Two electrons coming from infinity will approach each other. When they approach "the classic electron radius" cer they will orbit each other at the radius cer and chase each other at c the speed of light, around and around. We have a flywheel spinning at the speed of light.

They did not crash into each other, no heat or light is liberated, all the energy is preserved.

We now have a flywheel spinning at the velocity of light.

This is the ultimate capacitor. All we need to do is harness these little flywheels!

The orbital velocity at radius r equal to cer is.

orbital velocity v = 2.997924705112328701e8 the speed of light.

They are going at c

The momentum of the spinning flywheel 2*em*c

The energy for each electron is

The total energy due to pure momentum for both electrons is equal to.

We also have the mass of the 2 electrons.

The apparent mass of the trio is 3*em

The apparent energy of the trio is

nm/trio 612.89460449301712520646 approximate number of trios.

pm/trio 612.05094171324597830527

Remember 1/3 of the trio is pure energy while 2/3 is the two bound electrons.

When the neutron emits one trio, it becomes a proton.

Does the two bound electrons have a mass deficit?

The energy to separate two electrons from cer to infinity is.

So how does it change polarity or does it?????

Should we consider this as a mass deficit, we will have to put 8.18e-14 Joules of energy to separate them.

Does this mean that when they are coming from infinity they expended 8.18e-14 Joules of energy, if so where did it go. This will be continued. In the mean time think about it.

You will say two electrons repel each other, and that they do not attract.

Just go to rucko to see why they attract.

Unuseminucum 4/5/2012