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Jun 01, 2009 at 08:35 PM

Fullerene structures of massive elementary particles.                         EN
Is the Higgs boson needed for us?                                                                             

            In „The Subquark Model MSq"[1] at analysis of the structure of more massive elementary particles and comparing their structure with quark structure of the Standard Model clearly results, that these particles including more massive quarks and bosons W and Z have biquark structures as the Platonic and Archimedean solids, and most massive - as biquark fullerenes and multiple layers of fullerenes so-called fullerene nanobulbs (rather "femtobulbs") or fullerene onions.

            Because recently detected Y(4140) particle in Fermilab[2] perfectly is fitting  in fullerene theory of the structure of massive particles according to the MSq[3] model as the biquark fullerene f60, so I decided to deal with more massive particles detected experimentally in the profounder way.

  Table of contents:

1. Accepted labels and values of constants needed for calculations of masses, radii and determining the structure of massive elementary particles. 2
2. The structure and decays of massive elementary particles. 9
3. Is the Higgs boson needed for us?. 15
4. Summary. 16

 Publication in the enclosed pdf file.  Fullerene structures of mass el p.pdf                                                            Leszek Ampel


 [1] Ampel Leszek, The Subquark Model of  the structure of elementary particles, (2009), http://all-subquarks.eu/ (publication - 150 pages in PDF format - available after registering)
[2] Fermilab  http://www.fnal.gov/Particle oddball surprises CDF physicists, (18.03.2009),  http://www.fnal.gov/pub/presspass/press_releases/Y-particle-20090318.html
[3
] Ampel Leszek, Whether new particle Y(4140) is confirming the correctness of MSq?, (2009), http://all-subquarks.eu/  

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