Differences Between Two Weak Interaction Theories

E. Comay *

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Abstract

This paper analyzes differences between theoretical elements of the Standard Model electroweak theory and corresponding properties of a dipole-dipole weak interaction theory. The analysis relies on a number of self-evident criteria that are valid for quantum theories. The results demonstrate the  existence of fundamental errors in the electroweak theory and the advantage of the dipole-dipole weak interaction theory.

Keywords: The variational principle, quantum theories, weak interactions, consistency test.


How to Cite

Comay, E. (2019). Differences Between Two Weak Interaction Theories. Physical Science International Journal, 21(1), 1–9. https://doi.org/10.9734/psij/2019/v21i130091

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