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What Will Happen, If Zero SpinParticle Possesses Spin Rotational Construction, With Non-Zero Eigenvalues Of Spin Angular Momentum?

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ABSTRACT

There is no any spin rotational construction for zero spin particle, Casimir operator and the thired component of zero spin particle areandrespectively. Further, there are no spin interactions between zero spin particle and other spin particles.

This paper shows: in Spin Topological Space, STS [1], the third component of zero spin particle possesses non-zero eigenvalues besides original zero value, this leads to a miraculous spin interaction phenomenon between zero spin particle and other spin particles. In STS, zero spin particle could "dissolve other spin particles", degrade the values of their Casimir operator, and decay these spin particles into other forms of spin particle.

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Ren, S. (2016) What Will Happen, If Zero SpinParticle Possesses Spin Rotational Construction, With Non-Zero Eigenvalues Of Spin Angular Momentum?. Journal of Modern Physics, 7, 2257-2265. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2016.716194.

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