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Outlandish Particle Periodic Table Update 11


By Tony Lance Dip.Math(Open) 27th June 2014
Update XI from http://www.bigberthathing.com/structur.html
2011 Review of Particle Physics.
 K. Nakamura et al. (Particle Data Group), J. Phys. G 37, 075021 (2010) 
 and 2011 partial update for the 2012 edition.
Reviews Included 1980, 1992, 1994, 1996, 1998, 2000, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2010, 2011.
Review from http://pdg.lbl.gov/2011/listings/contents_listings.html
M Mesons: B Baryons: L Leptons: S Summary Particle List: N Nominal entry
X Full Experimental Particle List: C Ratio Match Checked
Review used in 1st, 3rd, last & part of 2nd columns.
 
Col.1 Actual Particle Mass MeV (Electron .510998902)
Col.2 Nominal Particle Mass Error MeV
(Electron Mass MeV 0.510998902 Nominal Electron Error MeV 1.0D-09)
Col.3 Particle Charge Exists (0:1:2) None, single, double.
Col.4 Particle Detail Line No.
Col.5 Polygon Edge Length in Photons
Col.6 Particle Structure Type (1-10,77,88,99)
Col.7 Particle Mass in Photons (Electron 15989995035)
Col.8 Particle Pair Mass Ratio
Col.9 Index From Above (MBL, NXS, C one from each group)

  Mass MeV         Error   charge Line       N     Type Sumation N (Type 1)     Ratio                     Leptons/Baryons/Mesons
  0.510998902      1.0D-09     1    1     178829    1      15989995035        1.0000000000000000000000000000     XLC
 938.272013000     3.5D-07     1    2    1638649    6   29360071622303     1836.1526415760391135105815247053     XBC6
 939.565346000      .00003     0    3    2060001    4   29400541376052     1838.6835838096306200635415019064     XBC4

Let X = charge * 15989995035
Type  1 Polygon   1 III  Electron Sumation N = (N * N + N)/2 = 15989995035
Type  2 Polyhedron 4III Tetrahedron 4(N * N + N)/2 + X
Type  3 Polyhedron 8III Octahedron 8(N * N + N)/2 + X
Type  4 Polyhedron 6IV Cube N * int(2 * N/sqrt(3)) - int(N/sqrt(3)) + X
Type  5 Polyhedron 20III Icosahedron 20(N * N + N)/2 + X
Type  6 Polyhedron 8III6IV Cuboctahedron (8(N * N + N)/2)+6(N * int(2 * N/sqrt(3)) - int(N/sqrt(3))) + X
Type  7 Polyhedron 4III4VI Truncated Tetrahedron (4(N * N + N)/2)+4(1 + 6 * (N * N + N)/2)           + X
Type  8 Polyhedron 32III6IV Snub Cube (32(N * N + N)/2)+6(N * int(2 * N/sqrt(3)) - int(N/sqrt(3)))   + X
Type  9 Polyhedron 18IV8III Small Rhombicuboctahedron (8(N * N + N)/2)+18(N * int(2 * N/sqrt(3)) - int(N/sqrt(3)))  + X
Type 10 Polyhedron  6IV8VI Truncated Octahedron 8(1 + 6 * (N * N + N)/2)+6(N * int(2 * N/sqrt(3)) - int(N/sqrt(3))) + X

Three Equations
III An equilateral triangle has a mass of sumation N, which is equal
to (N * N + N)/2, where N=1,2,3,... This is collapsed lattice counting,
where mass = 1, 3, 6, 10, 15, 21,...
 VI A six sided regular polygon has a mass of 1 + 6 * (N * N + N)/2,
where mass = 7, 19, 37, 61, 91, 127,...
 IV Given a square of sides N, it has a mass of
N * int(2 * N/sqrt(3)) - int(N/sqrt(3)), where N=8, 9, 10,...
For N=1, 2, 3,...,7 mass = N * N. The main series has mass = 68, 85, 105,..
All 10 structures in phase I are combinations of these three equations.