The Exact Similarity between the Positron and the Electron Equations in a P and the T Violations


Using in CPT a P and T violations we show that the equation of the positron is exactly the same as the one of the electron, on the condition that both the sign of the charge and the electromagnetic potential are changed. As a consequence the velocities are both in direction to the future and the masses are both positive and, in similar experiences, the behaviours of the two particles are the same. These theoretical results are in quite agreements with the experiments of the LEP.

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R. Boudet, "The Exact Similarity between the Positron and the Electron Equations in a P and the T Violations," Journal of Modern Physics, Vol. 3 No. 8, 2012, pp. 774-776. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2012.38101.

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