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May26-05, 05:50 PM
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More Yershov: http://es.arxiv.org/abs/physics/0301034

Date: Thu, 16 Jan 2003 09:54:57 GMT (18kb)
Date (revised v2): Fri, 7 Mar 2003 18:07:30 GMT (18kb)

Neutrino masses and the structure of the weak gauge boson
Authors: V.N.Yershov
Comments: LaTex2e, 4 pages (V2: minor linguistical corrections)
Subj-class: General Physics

It is supposed that the electron neutrino mass is related to the structures and masses of the $W^\pm$ and $Z^0$ bosons. Using a composite model of fermions (described elsewhere), it is shown that the massless neutrino is not consistent with the high values of the experimental masses of $W^\pm$ and $Z^0$. Consistency can be achieved on the assumption that the electron-neutrino has a mass of about 4.5 meV. Masses of the muon- and tau-neutrinos are also estimated.

Comment:

Basically, the assumption is that the composite mass formula for bosons is the inverse of the composite mass formula for fermions. The preon formulas for W+, W-, and Zo is set forth and the entire scheme in briefly recapped in a page or so. The experimental value of the W under the boson formula is used to establish the Z and neutrino masses, which should be nearly neutral under the original rest mass formula used for fermions.

The W-=electron neutrino, electron.
The W+=electron neutrino, postitron.
The Z=W+,W-.