The W Boson Mass: 80.433 GeV: A Result of a Composite H, W, Z Bosons Model: Other Results: H, Z, Proton, Neutron and Dark Matter Masses
Keywords:Higgs boson, W and Z bosons, Proton, Neutron, Dark matter, Composite particles,
The present article develops a model initially published in ref.  and completed in ref. .This is a quasi-classical quantum model of composite particles with ultra-relativistic (UR) constituents (leptons and quarks). The model is used to calculate the mass energy of three composite particles: an UR tauonium, an UR bottomonium and an UR leptoquarkonium. The result is that these three hypothetic particles have masses close to 125 GeV: the Higgs boson mass energy.
These results are recalled in the present article. Then the model is extended to calculate the mass energy of the W and Z bosons assumed to be composite particles, as well as those of the proton and the neutron. For the W boson, the model gives two values: one has a mass strictly equal to that measured recently at Fermilab (80.433 GeV), higher than the values measured so far. The other model value is according to the other measurements of the W boson mass.
Finally the model provides a hypothesis on dark matter.
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