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The Subquark Model of Matter
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Table 1. Single pair of subquarks - elementary particles
quantum numbers subquark subquark = particle
sq QB QL Q S R & t3 1 2 data
x +1/6
+1/6
+1/6
+1/6
-1/2
+1/2
+1/2
-1/2
-1/3
+2/3
+2/3
-1/3
+1/2
-1/2
+1/2
-1/2
+1/4
+1/4
-1/4
-1/4
+1 
+1 
+1 
+1 
 0 
+1/2
 0 
 0 
 x+
  x -
  ̅x+
  ̅x -
 x+
  x -
  ̅x+
  ̅x -
y -1/6
-1/6
-1/6
-1/6
+1/2
-1/2
-1/2
+1/2
+1/3
-2/3
-2/3
+1/3
+1/2
-1/2
+1/2
-1/2
+1/4
+1/4
-1/4
-1/4
-1 
-1 
-1 
-1 
 0 
 0 
-1/2
 0 
 y+
  y -
  ̅y+
  ̅y -
 y+
  y -
  ̅y+
  ̅y -

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Table 2. Two pairs of subquarks - single bond
quantum numbers particle particle = particles
QB QL Q R J & L3 t3 1 2 data
--- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
 0 
 0 
 0 
 0 
+1 
+1 
-1 
-1 
+1 
+1 
-1 
-1 
+1/2
-1/2
+1/2
-1/2
+1/2
-1/2
+1/2
-1/2
 0 
 0 
 0 
 0 
-1 
-1 
+1 
+1 
+1/2
 0 
 0 
-1/2
pos.vir. e+
pos.vir. ̅e+
el.vir.n e-
el.vir. ̅e-
pos.vir. e+
pos.vir. ̅e+
el.vir. e-
el.vir. ̅e-
 0 
 0 
 0 
 0 
 0 
 0 
 0 
 0 
 0 
 0 
 0 
 0 
+1/2
-1/2
+1/2
-1/2
-1/2
+1/2
+3/2
-3/2
 0 
 0 
 0 
 0 
+1 
-1 
-1 
+1 
+1/2
-1/2
 0 
 0 
el.neutrinoνe
el.anti-neutrino ̅νe
g-particle  g
g-anti-particle  ̅g
el.neutrinoνe
el.anti-neutrino ̅νe
g-particle  g
g-anti-particle  ̅g
+1/3
+1/3
-1/3
-1/3
 0 
 0 
 0 
 0 
+1/3
+1/3
-1/3
-1/3
+1/2
-1/2
+1/2
-1/2
+1/2
-1/2
+1/2
-1/2
+2 
+2 
-2 
-2 
 0 
 0 
 0 
 0 
+1/2
 0 
 0 
-1/2
bx-biquark bx
bx-biquark ̅bx
by-biquark by
by-biquark ̅by
bx-biquark bx
bx-biquark ̅bx
by-biquark by
by-biquark ̅by
Calculations with parameters [updated] taken from the undermentioned Table Strong + Weak  

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Table 3. Constants and parameters
Constants and parameters for comparisons and calculations
name description primary value your updated value
e2 square of classical charge
{ for facilitating calculations in [MeV•fm]}
 [MeV•fm] *1  [MeV•fm]
re classical electron radius [fm] * [fm]
Eer experimental mass of real electron [MeV] ** [MeV]
Emu experimental mass of muon μ [MeV] ** [MeV]
Epi experimental mass of pion π± [MeV] ** [MeV]
Epi0 experimental mass of pion πo [MeV] ** [MeV]
Epr experimental mass of proton p [MeV] *** [MeV]
Ene experimental mass of neutron n [MeV] *** [MeV]
ED experimental mass of deuteron D [MeV] *** [MeV]
ET experimental mass of triton T [MeV] *** [MeV]
E3He experimental mass of helion 3He [MeV] *** [MeV]
E4He experimental mass of helion 4He [MeV] *** [MeV]
rs / rpp radius of subquark rs divided by
distance between 2 pairs rpp
[ ] [ ]
rp / rpp distance between 2 subquarks in pair rp
divided by distance between 2 pairs rpp
[ ] [ ]
Aps first coupling constant Aps
for Strong Interaction
[ ] [ ]
Cps second coupling constant Cps
for Strong Interaction
[ ] [ ]
Dps first coupling constant Dps
for Weak Interaction
[ ] [ ]
Wps second coupling constant Wps
for Weak Interaction
[ ] [ ]
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* - Reviewed 2007 by P.J. Mohr and B.N. Taylor (NIST). Based mainly on the “CODATA Recommended Values of the Fundamental Physical Constants: 2006” by P.J. Mohr, B.N. Taylor, and D.B. Newell (to be published)   http://pdg.lbl.gov/2007/reviews/consrpp.pdf
*1 - calculated with: me = 0.510998910(13) [MeV] *, re = 2.8179402894(58) [fm] *
** - C. Amsler et al., Physics Letters B667, 1 (2008) Cut-off date for this update was January 15, 2008.   http://pdglive.lbl.gov
*** - The Nist Reference on Constants, Units and Mass - Source of the „CODATA Internationally Recommended Values”   http://physics.nist.gov

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Table 4. Simplified model
Simplified model of a few basic particles
name description calculated value [MeV] difference [MeV] percent err. [%]
ereal 2 bonded pairs --~
( ̅e- -- ̅g) + ( ̅e- ~ g)
μ+ 2 bonded pairs of biquarks
2•Ba(~)   {+e+vir}
π+ 3 bonded pairs of biquarks
2•Ba(~) +Bs(--)   {+e+vir}
π0 4 bonded pairs of biquarks
2•Bs(--) + 2•Bs(--)
p+ 21 bonded pairs of biquarks
12•Ba(...) + 9•Bs(...)
For adjusting parameters Aps and Cps {Strong and Lepton-Strong Interactions} Strong + Weak  

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Table 5. Models of nuclides
Model of a few basic nuclides
name description calculated value [MeV] difference [MeV] percent err. [%]
p+ 21 bonded pairs of biquarks
12•Ba(...) + 9•Bs(...)
n '*' 21 bonded pairs of biquarks and 5 lept.
12•Ba(...) + 9•Bs(...)
+(--) +3•(~) +(--)
D '*' 40 b. pairs of biquarks, 2 lept. and 6 (g ~- b)
24•Ba(...) + 16•Bs(...)
+(--) +(~) +3•(--) +3•(~)
T '*' 65 bonded pairs of biquarks and 7 lept.
32•Ba(...) + 33•Bs(...)
+(~) +2•(--) +2•(--) +2•(~)
3He '*' 65 bonded pairs of biquarks and 10 lept.
32•Ba(...) + 33•Bs(...)
+(--) +6•(--) +3•(~)
4He '*' 86 bonded pairs of biquarks and 4 lept.
43•Ba(...) + 43•Bs(...)
+(~) +2•(--) +(~)
  '*' - one of a few versions here is only being presented Strong + Weak  

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Table 6. Models of real and virtual guage quanta and neutrinos
Models of real and virtual guage quanta and neutrinos
name description calculated mass [MeV] or
[eV]
γ+, γ- real quanta - photons (νe -- g), ( ̅νe -- ̅g)     (--), (--)
γg virtual quantum* (g ~ ̅g)   (~)
γo virtual quantum** (νe ~ ̅νe)   (~)
G+, G- gravitons ( ̅νe ~ g), (νe ~ ̅g)     (~), (~)
g, ̅g gravitino and antigravitino*** ,
νe, ̅νe electron neutrino and antineutrino ,
νμ, ̅νμ muon neutrino and antineutrino (g -- νe ~ ̅g), ( ̅g -- ̅νe ~ g)
(--~), (--~)
ντ, ̅ντ tau neutrino and antineutrino (e+ ~ ̅g ~ e-), ( ̅e+ ~ g ~ ̅e-)
(~~), (~~)
ντ, ̅ντ *2 tau neutrino and antineutrino*2 (e+ -- νe ~ ̅e-), ( ̅e- -- ̅νe ~ e+)
(--~), (--~)
ν?, ̅ν? *? ??? neutrino and antineutrino {presumably fourth generation}
(bx -- νe ~ ̅by) or (by -- νe ~ ̅bx), ( ̅by -- ̅νe ~ bx) or ( ̅bx -- ̅νe ~ by)
(--~), (--~)
* They are creating gluons (including additional pairs of biquarks) and they gives mass to every elementary particles (look at the building site of the real electron)
** Second from virtual quanta, rather responsible for weak interaction, they are creating bosons Z (including additional another basic particles)
*** Particles "g" having spin 3/2, which (unlike electron neutrinos) rather aren't independent
*2 Second from the versions of this neutrino, fulfilling guidelines for this particle
*? Hypothetical 4 generation of neutrinos, it results from possible combinations of bonds between basics particles and agreements of quantum numbers
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Table 7. Modelling any particle
Modelling any particle
name mass [MeV] quantity' calculated mass' [MeV] quantity" calculated mass" [MeV]
e±vir *   =   *   =  
bx,y *   =   *   =  
νe *   =   *   =  
g *   =   *   =  
~ b~ ̅b *   =   *   =  
-- b--b *   =   *   =  
~ ̅e~e *   =   *   =  
-- e--e *   =   *   =  
~ ̅e~ν *   =   *   =  
-- ̅e-- ̅ν *   =   *   =  
~ ̅e~g *   =   *   =  
-- ̅e-- ̅g *   =   *   =  
~ ̅e~b *   =   *   =  
-- ̅e-- ̅b *   =   *   =  
~ ̅ν~b *   =   *   =  
-- ̅ν-- ̅b *   =   *   =  
~ ̅g~b *   =   *   =  
-- ̅g-- ̅b *   =   *   =  
~ ̅ν~ν *   =   *   =  
~ ̅ν~g *   =   *   =  
~ ̅g~g *   =   *   =  
results:
   name:    compare mass [MeV]: error'
[%]
sum above' [MeV]: error"
[%]
sum above" [MeV]:
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