"Electron, Pion and Muon: the Relation of Masses"
Masses of a pion mp=139,54MeV and a muon mm=105,58MeV are calculated. As input quantity the mass of an electron serves only. The relevant tabulated values are equal 139,57MeV and 105,66MeV. The mass is understood as the module of a total energy of the particle consisting from electromagnetic and strong component. The role of a phase is analyzed during reform of particles. Segments I and (mp - I) form a golden section of a
pion, where I - impulse energy of inverse transmutation of a muon in a pion.
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