Chapter 1 Standard Model Compond Particle Structures

Section 1 Hadrons
Section 2 Bosons
Section 3 Hyperons
Section 4 Mouns
Section 5 Intermediate Vector Bosons

This chapter is an attempt at defining some selected particle compound structures. The speculation is intended as a basis for further discussion and as a way to present the concepts of the different types of particle bonds.

The illustrations of the particle compounds are intended to represent the bond structures symbolically, not physically. In addition, the illustrations are intended to be used as a unit particle calculus, a visual means of accounting for each unit particle of matter.

HadronsSection 1

Proton Neutron
udu udu- or udd

BosonsSection 2


udud+ ud-
First Order Neutral Pion
First Order Positive Pion First Order Negative Pion

HyperonsSection 3


Lambda Anti-Lambda

MounsSection 4


Positive Muon Negative Muon
Muon Neutrinos

muon anti-neutrino muon neutrino
right spin
left spin

Intermediate Vector BosonsSection 5



This grouping of the particle elements is based on the Standard Model first family of fundamental particles which are electrons, electron neutrinos, up and down quarks, and their anti-matter counterparts. This grouping of the particle element category contains particles that are composed solely of primary and secondary strong force bonds.

If the definition of elementary particles is that they only have primary and secondary strong bonds composing them, then all collapsed field particles are elementary particles. Since the muon neutrino is a collapsed field particle composed of primary strong force bonds, the muon neutrino also belongs in the particle element category. The same is true for the tau neutrino.

There may be many other collapsed field particles. For instance, suppose that when a first order neutral pion collapses, that the structure of the pion remains intact after the collapse. Then the collapsed pion would be another particle element.

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