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a particle that mediates the interaction of two elementary particles

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The force field in binary lattice space is a gauge boson force field, the force field in binary partition space is denoted as a hedge boson force field.
Since massless gauge bosons live on the lightcone, a null boundary in Minkowski spacetime, upon performing the Wyler map, the gauge bosons are confined to live on the Shilov boundary.
Last to separate were electro-weak interactions through their corresponding photon, W and Z gauge bosons at 10-33 second.
Based on (10) in the present paper we will calculate a list of model particle masses which correspond to the main spectral nodes and compare this list with rest masses of well measured stable and fundamental particles--hadrons, leptons, gauge bosons and Higgs bosons.
Beyond the nanoworld; quarks, leptons, and gauge bosons.
BEYOND THE NANOWORLD: Quarks, Leptons, and Gauge Bosons
Planck's initial work evolved into the discipline of quantum physics and led to the discovery of the electron, proton and neutron and the further discovery of even smaller particles having exotic names such as quarks, leptons and gauge bosons.
For example, creation of the universe in cosmology, generation of gauge bosons, Higgs particles, t'Hooft monopoles, instantons and solitons in high energy elementary particle physics, and phenomena of laser action, superradiance, superconductivity, superfluidity, phase transition, magnetism and electret behavior in condensed matter physics are all well understood in terms of SBS.
This model was applied to the mass distribution of celestial bodies in our solar system [2] as well as to the mass distribution of elementary particles such as baryons, mesons, leptons and gauge bosons [3].
2] with the mass distribution of well-known particles--hadrons, leptons and gauge bosons.