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Electron-electron bound state in light of magnetic dipole-dipole interaction
There are many publications out there dealing with the problem of magnetic interaction between elementary particles with intrinsic dipole moments. Basically, the magnetic interaction becomes significant at sufficiently small distances; therefore, the problem is complicated by the need to take into account relativistic effects. The derived equations with the composite potential of the Coulomb and magnetic dipole-dipole interactions generally do not have a clear and simple analytical solution. In this paper, we propose an approach to study a particular case of electron-electron interaction by numerically solving the M2 equation  .
In this paper, by solving the equations of the relativistic M2  it will show that elementary particles, such as electrons, can contain the wave process with very specific properties. The wave model of a stationary electron is represented in the form of a spherical wave process.