The proton and electron are Dirac particles in the sense that they both possess a Compton radius
and they both obey the Dirac equation, but the positive and negative charge of the proton and electron make their characteristics radically different.
are the Compton radius
and mass of the electron and Planck particles respectively.
are the mass and Compton radius
of the individual Planck particles and G is Newton's gravitational constant.
It is noted in passing that the force in (24) vanishes at the electron's Compton radius
defining coupling forces that vanish at the Compton radius
which are a manifestation of the fact that the proton possesses a Compton radius
on the PV continuum, where the proton Compton radius
These two particles are referred to here as Dirac particles because they are stable, possess a Compton radius
shows that it, and those equations like (6) that follow from it, owe their existence to the PV as implied by the presence of the Planck-particle Compton radius
The radius r at which (2) and (3) vanish is the particle or antiparticle Compton radius
The equality of the two forces at the electron Compton radius
The two forces on the right side of (7) are equal at the Compton radius