On mass quantisation of elementary particles


Restricted Access.A semi-phenomenologica1 theory of mass quantisation is presented, wherein different elementary particles are regarded as excited positive energy states of a fundamental extensible object. The latter is essentially an elastic continuum which in its quiescent (classical equilibrium) state is believed to be massless and stressless. The classical Hamiltonian describing its oscillations about the equilibrium configuration is conducted by treating the mass-equivalent of the elastic potential energy as the -inertial mass occurring in the demonstration of the kinetic energy tern;. Quantisation of the resulting variable-mass oscillator is then effected by following the procedure given by Pauli and Podolsky

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