As we know, for the electron point model, there are singularity problems. In order to avoid the singularity problem, let us assume that the electron electromagnetic model is as follows:

Where e is electron’s electric charge unit,

is the electron magnetic moment.

g is the magnetic charge unit defined as:

**Electron Electric charge **

Since we know the electric charge density:

Then we have

Thus we get the electron’s electric charge density distribution as:

X coordinate is the radius with as the distance unit

Y coordinate is the electric charge density with e as the electric charge unit.

The electric charge within the sphere of radius r is as follows:

X coordinate is the radius with as the distance unit

Y coordinate is the electric charge density with e as the electric charge unit.

When

The electron as a whole has one unit negative electric charge.

**Electron Magnetic Charge**

Given the magnetic charge density is:

Then the electron magnetic charge is as the following

The above equation is the magnetic charge distribution equation inside the electron.

When

and

We get electron magnetic charge of northern hemisphere as:

The electron northern hemisphere has a magnetic charge of 3/2g

When

and

We get

The electron as whole has zero magnetic charge.

**The electron’s electromagnetic field angular momentum**

The electromagnetic field angular momentum density is defined as:

Below is the electromagnetic angular momentum:

Using the electron electromagnetic field equation, we can get the following:

Based on our electron model, the electron always has half spin, the electron spin has an electromagnetic origin and the electron spin is the electromagnetic field angular moment.

**Electron’s magnetic moment**

The potential energy of the electron magnetic moment in a z direction magnetic field is as follows:

The potential energy of the electron magnetic moment in a negative z direction magnetic field is as follows:

Thus we have

As we also know:

Thus we can get the electron magnetic moment as

As we know

When

Then

Thus

**Electron’s Electric field energy**

The electric field energy density is as follows:

X coordinate is the radius with as the distance unit

Y coordinate is the electric energy with as the energy unit.

When

We can get electron’s total electric field energy as

Think of the electron as a capacitor C, thus we have

From the above, we get the electron capacitor as

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**Electron’s magnetic field energy**

The magnetic field energy density is:

The electron’s magnetic field energy is as the following

This is the electron’s magnetic field energy

The electron’s electric field energy then becomes

So we get the electron’s electromagnetic field energy as

Let us define

Then we have

Let us assume that the electron’s mass has an electromagnetic origin, thus we have

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For the electron, the ratio of the magnetic energy to the electric field energy is