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Breaking of Space Symmetry in the Masses Spectrum Problem
Submission Deadline: Oct. 30, 2015

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Authors: A. G. Syromyatnikov
Pages: 1-8 Published Online: Mar. 19, 2016
Views 2909 Downloads 50
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Authors: A. G. Syromyatnikov
Pages: 9-14 Published Online: Mar. 14, 2016
Views 2696 Downloads 44
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Authors: A. G. Syromyatnikov
Pages: 15-21 Published Online: Jun. 2, 2016
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Introduction
In modern physics the masses spectrum problem is a central objective has yet to be solved. It is a common point of view that the spectrum of physical masses cannot be resolved without taking into account gravity. But in case of the gravitation with a conformal symmetry we cannot determine the spinor’s mass without violation of the space parity. Also quantization of the fermions gravitating system in flat space in conditions of the fermions mass generating by a Higgs’s mechanism identified that there is a spontaneous breaking of the vacuum symmetry which is accompanied by spatial anisotropy, when the symmetry of motion equations is conserved. All this investigations can be directly generalized for the case of the space strings in terms of the cone space topology which has no difference from the plane space – time everywhere except for a small angle, which is proportional to the mass density of the string by Nilsen – Olsen, which is similar to the mass angle of leptons anisotropy in the conformal gauge theory of gravitation (CGTG). In other side there is generalization of recently discovering of the simple fact of proportionality between all elementary particles masses and 24 resonance masses in one side and nuclei masses in another side with some constant coefficient to all-known elementary particles and resonances masses including Higgs’s boson. However, this simple fact in itself was a complete misunderstanding of the theorists, which that divided his subjects. However, there is аn active developing area in which data subjects intersect. It is a process of the hypernucleus and supernucleus production. A hypernucleus (supernucleus) is a nucleus which contains at least one hyperon (hadron) in addition to nucleons. We invite frontline researchers and authors to submit original research and review papers that explore these and relevant themes, including the space anisotropy detecting questions in the Solar system, the Galaxy and the Universe. You want or not, your work can get another coloring.

Aims and Scope:

1. The masses spectrum problem
2. Spontaneous breaking of the vacuum symmetry (spatial anisotropy) in case of the gravitation
3. Study of generalization of recently discovering of the simple fact of proportionality between all elementary particles masses and 24 resonance masses in one side and nuclei masses in another side with some constant coefficient to all-known elementary particles and resonances masses including Higgs’s boson in the comparison analogy with properties of hypernucleus and supernucleus
4. Properties of hypernucleus and supernucleus
5. The space anisotropy detecting questions in the Solar system, the Galaxy and the Universe
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