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The Origin of the Color Charge into Quarks

DOI: 10.4236/jhepgc.2019.51001, PP. 1-34

Keywords: Massive Coupling, “Aureus” Ratio, Geometrical Structure, IQuO, Semi-Quantum, Sub-Oscillator, Entangled Quantum Vacuum, Electric Charge, Isospin, Strangeness, Color, Gluon

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Showing the origin of the mass in an additional coupling between field quantum oscillators, we formulate a hypothesis of a geometrical structure of the oscillators of “fields-particles”. In this way, we define the possible structure of quarks and hadrons (as the proton). This hypothesis is reasonable if one admits field oscillators composed by sub-oscillators at semi-quantum (IQuO) and in which a degree of internal freedom is definable. Using the IQuO model, we find the origin of the sign of electric charge in to particles and, in quarks, the isospin, the strangeness and colour charge. Finally, we formulate the structure of the gluons and the variation modality of the colour charge in quarks.


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