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Research Article

Volume 3 Issue 3

Photon Mass

SA Orlov*

August 29, 2023


The atomic structure is presented on the basis of the theory of vortex gravitation. The feasibility and calculation of the values of the density and mass of electromagnetic particles are proposed. A calculation is made, which proves that the photon must have mass. In the calculations, some physical characteristics of electromagnetic particles that are accepted by modern physics are refuted.

Keywords: theory of vortex gravity; cosmology and cosmogony; Celestial mechanics


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