In Neu Theory; A momentary fragment or combination of spinrise matter, with or without a charge shell that is specifically produced:
- From the nucleus with positron emission, a fragment of core spinrise with the exact mass of an electron with a positive charge shell.
- From fragments of core spinrise with or without a charge shell after high energy collisions in particle accelerators and cosmic rays.
- By momentary combinations of spinrise matter with a charge shell after high energy collisions in particle accelerators and cosmic rays.
An exotic particle, during its existence, can be visualized with a spherical shape, absolute density (6.693 x 1017 kg/m3), and g-spin/magnetism that is inversely proportional to its mass and size.
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