Volume 23: Pages 122-126, 2010
Proton-proton collision and the Pauli principle in the strong, weak, and electromagnetic interactions of elementary particles (SWEEP) model
Egon Marx 1
1National Institute of Standards and Technology, 100 Bureau Dr., Gaithersburg, MD 20899-8212, USA
Proton-proton collisions, such as those expected in the large hadron collider of the European Organization for Nuclear Research, are examined in the context of the model of strong, weak, and electromagnetic interactions of elementary particles. In this model, basic particles are the neutrino, the pion, and the archyon or beauty baryon, while quarks, vector bosons, and the Higgs boson do not play a role, although they are not necessarily excluded. The proton is composed of an archyon and three pions, whence the products of the collisions will be mainly pions and stable or metastable baryons, particles that then decay in the usual manner. The interaction of two baryons requires the application of the Pauli principle, which is implemented by introducing a change in the Lagrangian density defined in previous papers.
Keywords: Elementary Particles, Large Hadron Collider, Pauli Principle, Relativistic Quantum Mechanics, SWEEP Model
Received: April 16, 2009; Accepted: January 3, 2010; Published Online: March 1, 2010