# Electron Collision Model for 2D Spinning Particles

Electron Collision Model for 2D Spinning Particles

Electrons (or any elementary particle with spin) can be modeled by a center of charge point (CC) spinning around a center of mass point (CM), thus allowing classic modeling of complex interactions that previously could only be explained with a complicated quantum model.

This Demonstration models the collision or interaction of two electrons thrown at each other from different positions at different speeds and initial conditions.

Many real-life results can be modeled: sharp angle scattering, forward scattering, paired electrons as in Bose condensates, and superconductivity (negative charges attracting each other and forming a stable bound state with spin equal to 1).