Topic022: The Fundamental Forces, Introducing The Triad, Bill Tifft, 6/15/16

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Topic022: The Fundamental Forces, Introducing The Triad, Bill Tifft, 6/15/16

Topic_022_Formula1 Fine Structure Constant

Topic_022_S4T8 Book chapter 4, table 8

Before proceeding to discuss the nature of quarks, or even finish discussing leptons and light mesons, I need to introduce the `triad’, the key to defining the fundamental forces. Technically I have already introduced the 1 2 4 triad but historically it was originally recognized in the early years of QTC when the forces were defined. The full significance of the triad within QTC came later with the study of the nature of quarks as discussed in my book and the following Topic023. (For book information or acquisition see Post001 and Post002.) The key to defining the fundamental forces involves the `fine structure constant’, designated as `Alpha’, which measures the relative strength of the forces. Alpha measures the ratio between the interaction strength of a force and a fundamental reference strength…

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