||The Proton Shell of 1 is an un-filled shell built from two
hadron strings. The
equatorial string is in red. The
sinusoidal string goes twice
around the particle to close on itself, it is the orange string. The
Pinned Vector Boson (PVB) is a
lepton string pinned to one of the
proton's three Up quarks to emulate the
properties of a Down quark, this type
of quark is referred to as a Bogus Down quark.
The lepton string is shown in black, it contributes one
snap point and a charge of -1. (The yellow
balloon is used to hide the background strings for a less confusing view.)
The model pictured was made with a 7.5" and a 18" length of wire. All the
models with unknown amplitude sinusoidal strings have been recalculated to
show the maximum length of the sinusoidal string based on a harmonic potential
of the geometry. See Mensuration: Sinusoidal.
This is also the structural model of the muon residing in lepton space. In the case of the muon, the core geometry is composed of lepton string rather than hadron string. The muon pins a hadron string, resulting in an electron with elevated mass. (The hadron string participates in hadron gravitational interactions, whereas the electron is composed completely of lepton string, permitting only lepton gravitational interactions.) Once the muon sheds the radical hadron string it will pin a lepton string to replace it, turning it into a conventional electron with an orphan string.
Required Snap Points: 10 |
Available Snap Points: 9
Pinned Vector Bosons: 1
*L1 = 14.17424118" (Equatorial)
*L2 = 36.82575882" (Sinusoidal)
Model Diameter: 4.511801096"|
*Loop Ratio (1:2): 0.384900179
* (Extrapolated Dimensions)
Loop Equation: |
1(L1) + 1(L2) = 51"
Snap Point Equation:|
1(3) + 1(6) = 9 A.S.P.
(+ 1 P.V.B. = 10 R.S.P.)