A Theory of Weak Interaction Dynamics
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Keywords: Weak Interaction Dynamics, Lagrangian Density, Parity Nonconservation, V-A
Problems with the electroweak theory
indicate the need for a consistent weak interactions theory. The analysis presented in this work is
restricted to the relatively simple case of elastic scattering of a neutrino on
a Dirac particle. The theory presented
herein assumes that the neutrino is a massive particle. Furthermore, the dimension [ L 2] of the Fermi constant Gas well as its
universal property are used as elements of the theory. On this basis, it is assumed that weak interactions are a dipole-dipole
interaction mediated by a weak field. An interaction term that represents weak interactions is added to the Dirac Lagrangian
density. The identity F is used in an analysis
which proves that the interaction violates parity because it consists of
two terms-a vector and an
axial vector. This outcome is in accordance with the experimentally confirmed
property of weak interactions
Cite this paper
Comay, E. (2016). A Theory of Weak Interaction Dynamics.
Open Access Library Journal, 3, e3264. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/oalib.1103264.
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