22 July 2024

St. Mary Magdalen 1^{st} century AD

This is the last table for now. It is sufficient to obtain all three g-2 magnetic moments (electron, muon and tau) and four g-factors (electron, muon, proton and neutron) from the posted complete 2.5 tables. Once I have written the FORTRAN codes, I will provide a complete list of all the tables. Each table is a separate set generated by multiplication/division, summation/subtraction of its elements, i.e., transcendental constants.

Each set of singles, pairs and triplets is contained in three element sets (P, F, S, and variations of it). Singles will give 3 different outputs, pairs, and triplets – six different values for each of them. Altogether we have 3+ 6 + 6 = 15. If reciprocals are taken under consideration, we will have 2 x 15 sets = 30 different sets, plus one more, i.e. three singles together, that is, the Trinity. The final number is 31 sets in that configuration or just 15 + 1 = 16 if reciprocals are not counted.

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