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Standard Model

Traditional representation of the Standard Model

The Standard Model in particle physics systemized particles, the quantums of the fundamental interactions (except gravitation). Traditionally, it is presented in the form of a table (taken from Wikipedia):

The Standard Model of Elementary Particles (Wikipedia)

Quite obvious disperception from the point of view of InfToE is the two-dimensionality of the traditional representation of the Standard Model. The metric of the universe is three-dimensional, and in such low-level regularities as the Standard Model, this three-dimensionality should be clearly manifested. The Standard Model, like everything in the universe, is the ality of third level of the complexity hierarchy of existence.

Building the 3d Standard Model

The Standard Model in InfToE is constructed in a coordinate grid:

The coordinate grid of the 3D Standard Model in InfToE

The beginning of the model space (0,0,0) is in the far bottom corner of the grid, the first coordinate is counted to the left, the second to the right, the third to the up. Systematizable particles are located in the grid nodes.

The Higgs boson, is the simplest of all members of the Model (has neither charge nor spin), and the base member, is located at the beginning of the space (0,0,0):

The Higgs boson in the 3D Standard Model in InfToE

At the nodes (1,0,0) and (0,1,0) there are the simplest gauge bosons (they have neither a charge nor a mass, only a spin): gluon and photon (relevant the alities of the components observer and observed of the metric of the universe):

Gluon and a photon in the 3D Standard Model in InfToE

In the node (0,0,1) there is a somewhat more complex (has mass and spin) Z boson (its increased complexity is explained by its ality to the observation component of the metric of the universe):

Z boson in the 3D Standard Model in InfToE

Finally, the most complex of gauge bosons is W boson (has mass, charge, and spin) which is located in the node (1,1,1):

W boson in the 3D Standard Model in InfToE

The leptons are located at the grid nodes in opposition to their related bosons with respect to the central inclined axis of the grid (passing through the Higgs boson and W boson):

  • muon (0,1,1) - to the gluon;
  • electron (1,0,1) - to the photon;
  • tau (1,1,0) - to the Z boson.
Leptons in the 3D Standard Model in InfToE

The neutrinos are in the nodes of the grid in opposition to their related leptons:

  • muon neutrino (2,0,0) - to the muon;
  • electron neutrino (0,2,0) - to the electron;
  • tau neutrino (0,0,2) - to the tau.
Neutrinos in the 3D Standard Model in InfToE

The long quarks - charm, up and top - are in the grid nodes in opposition to their related neutrinos:

  • strange s (1,2,2) - to the muon neutrino;
  • down d (2,1,2) - to the electron neutrino;
  • bottom b (2,2,1) - to the tau neutrino.
Charm, up and top quarks (long quarks) in the 3D Standard Model in InfToE

The wide quarks - strange, down and bottom - are in the grid nodes in opposition to their paired long quarks:

  • charm c (2,1,1) to the strange;
  • up u (1,2,1) to the down;
  • top t (1,1,2) to the bottom.
  • Strange, down and bottom quarks (wide quarks) in the 3D Standard Model in InfToE

    The 3D Standard Model is built. Its symmetry allows to hope that its research and elaboration will reveal new patterns, this is a problems to solve.

    Some conclusions of this kind can be found in a separate article A Little More About the Standard Model.

    Animated 3D representation of the Standard Model

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