Expressions for the normal and the anomalous electron magnetic moments. The hypothetical electron carted charge propelling engine.

Volume 8, Issue 3, June 2023     |     PP. 248-254      |     PDF (406 K)    |     Pub. Date: June 25, 2023
DOI: 10.54647/physics140558    86 Downloads     1891 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
This paper makes use of the Planck constant based definition of the Bohr magneton expression and the standard derivation of the magnetic moment of a point-like electron orbiting on a circle with a radius equal to its Compton wavelength. This illustrates the wave-like nature of the normal electron magnetic moment. Additionally, an analytical expression for the so-called electron anomalous magnetic moment is derived by supposing a non-concentric electron charge distribution which give rise to a current circuit with a radius rc of approximately 0.4478 (fm) inferred from well-established experimental data; this magnetic moment has instead a particle-like behavior. A possible electron spin self-propelling engine based on a pair of shear forces created by a built-in charge-dipole interaction. Finally, a minimalist Planck constant energy-frequency interpretation is disclosed.

Keywords
Electron spin, Bohr magneton, electron Compton wavelength, normal electron magnetic moment, anomalous magnetic moment, carted charge current, Planck constant interpretation

Cite this paper
Emmanuel Saucedo-Flores, Víctor Manuel Rangel-Cobián, Expressions for the normal and the anomalous electron magnetic moments. The hypothetical electron carted charge propelling engine. , SCIREA Journal of Physics. Volume 8, Issue 3, June 2023 | PP. 248-254. 10.54647/physics140558

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