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Electron At collision of two running (dynamic) deformations of high intensity, in space there is a moment of a bend of measurements. As the additional factor "the rotary" moment of a cell space ("spin") thus serves, about it was told earlier. A cell of space as though "gets jammed" at blow. At enough big length of a wave of radiation (running deformation), the blow zone is necessary on one cell of space that causes closing (short circuit) "electric" component of cell on "magnetic" one. It leads to formation of two particles from one cell, and to rupture a cell of space on two light particles: electron - positron to pair (look drawing).

Cell rupture occurs that after short circuit two measurement in a ring, there is a pressure inside measurements (because of "pushing away" of measurements in supervacuum, it by the way itself appears under "pressure"), i.e. causing effect of action of inertia. A curvature of other cells of space nearby and inside a particle ring (it increases in diameter, because of "pushing away") and forming thus effect of action of force (centrifugal) in the closed cell. And also, because of direct "pushing away" of two closed rings from each other through supervacuum. Value of this channel of disintegration electron - positron a pair you learn later. As "magnetic" degrees of freedom two, and "electric" four, therefore in the Nature are not observed elementary particles with a magnetic charge. Besides "magnetic" degrees (semimeasurements) are shorter "electric" ones, about it a bit later. Deformations ratio for weight (mass) of an electron-positron: me 

h  c , where ħ − Dirac constant 1,05458·10-34 J·s or , accuracy 2 2

of calculation of weight under this formula of +0,222% m=kg, с=2,9979245·108 m/s! From this formula it is well visible that of one strongly deformed cell of space it is formed two particles. Planck-Dirac constant in the pure state, is deformation of seven degrees of freedom in space (six degrees in a cell plus one degree an equivalent of its "movement" in supervacuum i.e. limiting deformation in three-dimensional space). More accurate representation about Planck-Dirac constant, as about value describing property of one spatial cell, it will be given a little further. According to geometrical dimensionality, multiplication of physical value by a velocity of light (for example ħ) reduces its geometrical dimensionality on one degree of 1

freedom of space, and multiplication on (by) a root square of a velocity of light reduces its dimensionality on half-degree of freedom of space. I.e. the electron’s weight has unusual geometrical dimensionality +6,5 (between ħ and usual weight) i.e. on half-degree of freedom ( 1)

 (7)  c ( 6.5) of space it is more than usual weight (  me , ( 0) 2 7 + (-0,5) = 6,5 ( a 1 too that 1  1  a 0.5 this is degrees!)). It can be connected with a a

residual deformation of not closed semimeasurement in this particle, or it is a trace "short" measurements, about them it will be a question later. As to quantity of degrees of freedom in these particles after cell rupture it does not decrease since particles as before consist of three diverse measurements of space (semimeasurements) two of which are closed in a ring. So, we already have an light particle with small "inductance" of measurements (weakly loading supervacuum since they are closed round this kind space) and have calculated its weight, having subtracted half-degree of freedom of space from Planck constant "cleared" of number "2 " (it forms circular frequency of "rotation" of a cell of space in one plane).

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