This version (v5) obtains that the modulating factor on the inverse-square radial magnetic force between equal mass and parallel-spin zitter particles satisfies the three-dimensional time-dependent Schroedinger equation, except that hbar multiplying the partial derivative with respect to time is replaced by hbar/2. This equation implies an angular momentum spectrum in terms of integer multiples of hbar, but an energy spectrum in terms of integer multiples of hbar/2. This is consistent both with the energy per photon as derived in the same paper for a composite photon to be h/2 times the photon frequency, and so that the accepted value of Planck's constant (h) is only half the correct value. This also implies that the electron g-factor is approximately unity, rather than approximately 2 as currently thought.
Spin-Spin Interaction as Quantum Phase Measurement and the Mechanism of Atom Formation
Next I will go over everything in it again and try to shorten it, and then submit it to a journal. Since Foundations of Physics published my earlier paper from which this one derives, I plan to submit there.
There is much more I would like to do on it, in particular to try to derive the same result using Hamilton-Jacobi theory, but I have no idea if I can succeed at that or how long it might take, so I think it is a good enough time to submit. I hope at least they will review it.
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