Where is Antimatter?

11 Pages Posted: 28 May 2020 Last revised: 16 Jun 2020

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Bahram Kalhor

Islamic Azad University (IAU) - Karaj Branch

Farzaneh Mehrparvar

Islamic Azad University (IAU) - Karaj Branch

Date Written: April 20, 2020

Abstract

Although matter and antimatter have equally produced in the universe, physicists cannot find too much antimatter. We show that the main part of the antimatter exists and have located in the disk of the black holes. A ring of the positrons is covered by a ring of the electrons, while both rings have trapped in a strong electric field. The high-density ring of the positrons makes a wall against the gamma-rays. Blocking the gamma-rays by a wall of the positrons makes a photon ring that would be a good sign for finding the exact location of the antimatter ring. The main part of the supermassive objects in the space have made of antimatter.

Keywords: Antimatter, black hole, gamma rays

Suggested Citation

Kalhor, Bahram and Mehrparvar, Farzaneh, Where is Antimatter? (April 20, 2020). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3588471 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3588471

Bahram Kalhor (Contact Author)

Islamic Azad University (IAU) - Karaj Branch ( email )

Iran

Farzaneh Mehrparvar

Islamic Azad University (IAU) - Karaj Branch ( email )

Iran

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