Russian Physics Journal

, Volume 40, Issue 7, pp 616–623 | Cite as

Lepton theory

  • S. S. Sannikov-Proskuryakov
Physics of Elementary Particles and Field Theory
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Abstract

Within the framework of the elementary-particle theory proposed in [1], the electron, muon, and τ-lepton masses are calculated.

Keywords

Form Factor Internal Variable Charged Lepton Quantum Transition Mass Operator 

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