Neutron phase transition

In figure 12 we consider a neutron phase transition into a proton, electron and anti-neutrino:

Image rishon_neutron_proton_w_boson_transition figureStandard neutron transition to proton, electron and anti-neutrino

There are four matched VT0 phase transforms, conserving phase, charge and polarity. Three are completely time-reversed phase transforms, introducing the majority constituents of the W Boson as well as those of a virtual pion+ (aka gluon). Two matched phase transforms result in the electron and anti-neutrino, whilst the three $ \overline{V}T0$ phase transforms that match with the three completely time-reversed phase transforms cater for the transitions necessary for the neutron's constituents to phase-shift into a proton.

Note that there is one critical discrepancy between this model and that of the Standard Model. The Standard Model requires that the T charge be conserved across the intermediate particles. In this model, as it is based on phase transitions, conservation of net charge is enacted by the pairs of phase transforms. The additional simultaneous creation of the gluon is therefore a necessity.

We note also in passing that the muon to muon neutrino phase transform has a near-identical VT0 phase diagram.

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