1. In Current Science, the electron is a stable subatomic particle which has a constant charge of negative electricity, is a constituent of all atoms, and is the primary carrier of electric current in solids.
2. In Neu Theory, the electron is one of the seven primary objects. The electron is a composite structure made of the inverted neutron spinrise membrane [2b], g-spin/magnetism , g-rise/spinfield , an electric dipole charge shell [6-] and a negative electric field [7-]. The electron mass can carry kinetic energy . The electron is the smallest of the three primary matter objects, yet has the largest magnetic field. The electron is one of the end products of spontaneous neutron transformation.« Back to Glossary Index