Fractal Structure of Nature's Preferred Masses: Application of the Model of Oscillations in a Chain System

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					Volume 4                                                  PROGRESS IN PHYSICS                                                   October, 2010




      Fractal Structure of Nature’s Preferred Masses: Application of the Model
                          of Oscillations in a Chain System
                                             Andreas Ries and Marcus Vinicius Lia Fook
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Description: A numerical analysis of elementary particle masses on the logarithmic number line revealed systematic mass gaps of 2e, e, .... Also in abundance data of the chemical elements, a repeated abundance gap of ... could be detected. This lead us to modify a fractal scaling model originally published by Mller in this journal, interpreting elementary particles as proton resonances. We express a set of 78 accurately determined particle masses on the logarithmic scale in a continued fraction form where all numerators are Euler's number. [PUBLICATION ABSTRACT]
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