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Volume 4, Number 2, April 2020

An Explanation of the Anomalous Magnetic Moment of Electron and of Muon in Accordance with a Pre-Quantum Vortexial Model of Particle and of Magnetic Moment
DOI:

10.22606/jpp.2020.42001
**Author(s)**
Marius Arghirescu

**Affiliation(s)**
State Office for Inventions and Trademarks, OSIM, Romania

**Abstract**
In the paper is presented a possible classical explanation of the anomalous value ae = α/2π
of the electron’ and of the muon’s magnetic moment, based on a vortexial pre-quantum model of
electron and on the vortexial nature of the electron’s magnetic moment resulted in the model as
etherono-quantonic vortex: Γ*μ(r) = Γμ(rμ’) + ΓB(r>rμ’), of ‚heavy’ etherons (ms ≈ 10-60 kg)- generating
the magnetic potential A and of quantons (mh = h⋅1/c2 = 7.37x10-51 kg) - generating vortex-tubes ξB
that materializes the B-field lines of the magnetic induction and a spinorial mass mμ of photons
vortexed with the light’ speed in the volume of radius rμ’ = rμ0(1+ α/2π), (rμ0 = ħ/mec). The value of
the spinorial mμ-mass which explains the anomalous magnetic moment results almost equal but lower
than the inertial mass me to which it not contribute, by the conclusion that the quantonic Γ*μ(r) -
vortex generates the inertial me- mass by photons confining with only a part ΔΓB of the ΓB-vortex,
limited by a radius rl ≈ 3√[2π/(2π-6)]⋅rμ’, the mμ- mass explaining also the spin’s value Sh ≈ ħ/2. The
muon’s and the proton’s anomalous magnetic moments are expained by a composite fermion type of
particle, with the e-charge given by an electron attached to a neutral cluster of magnetically paired
quasi-electrons, with degenerate magnetic moment resulted by a degenerate Compton radius, i.e.,
decreased proportional with the density of particle’s quantum volume in which is introduced the
electron’s superdense kernel.

**Keywords**
anomalous magnetic moment, Compton radius, classic electron model, particle’ self-energy,
muon’s magnetic moment

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