The Moment of Momentum and the Proton Radius
The theory of nuclear gravitation is used to calculate the moment of momentum of the gravitational field of a proton, which is compared to the corresponding moment of momentum of the electromagnetic field. As a result, the proton radius is estimated and a relation for the moment of momentum of the field is established, which coincides in form with the expression of the virial theorem for energy.
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