Derivation of the Proton's Magnetic Moment beyond QED and
QCD Theories

### G. P. Shpenkov

*Academy of
Computer Science and Management,*

# Legionow 81, 43-300 Bielsko-Biała, Poland

shpenkov@janmax.com

#### March 14, 2008

## Abstract

The first precise derivation of the proton's magnetic
moment based on the Dynamic Model of Elementary Particles (DM), beyond quantum
electro- and chromodynamics, is presented in this paper. Longitudinal and
transversal exchange interactions and corresponding to them longitudinal and
transversal exchange charges, originated from the DM, were taken into account at
the derivation. The results presented, along with other works of the author,
including the derivation of electron's and neutron's magnetic moments, confirm
the advantage of the DM.

*PACS Numbers*:
01.55.+b, 03.40.Kf, 03.50.-z, 03.65.Ge, 11.90.+t, 12.90.+b

*Key Words*: general physics, classical field theory, units
and standards, particle theory, proton's magnetic moment, solutions of wave
equations, Bessel functions

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A short
variant of this paper, sent to *Physical Review Letters* (17.03.2008, Reg.
No. LQ11487) and turned out not to be suitable for publication there, is
presented here:

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