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Updated August, 21, 2006
There are two approaches to atomic physics: (1) structural approach and (2) empirical approach (chemistry). The structural approach uses methods of atomic physics and, in particular, quantum mechanics. The structural approach admits one to investigate the structure and arrangement of an atom (nucleus and electronic envelope). The empirical approach uses only experimental methods, in particular, the periodic system of chemical elements. It investigates the properties of chemical elements and their chemical reactions. It can predict new chemical elements and their properties (corresponding quantum numbers), but it cannot investigate the atom arrangement (nucleus and electronic envelope).
In the contemporary theory of elementary particles one has only the empirical approach. It admits one to obtain quantum numbers of elementary particles. It admits one to systematize elementary particles, to investigate their interactions, to predict new elementary particles, but it does not admit one to investigate an arrangement of elementary particles. Structural approach to the elementary particle theory does not exist now. The paper is devoted to development of the structural approach to the elementary particle theory. Being an axiomatic conception, the quantum theory cannot be used in the construction of the structural approach. Considering the quantum motion as statistical description of stochastically moving elementary particle, one succeeded to obtain some elements of the elementary particles arrangement. In particular, it appears, that a relativistic elementary particle generates some force field (kappa-field), which is responsible for the pair production. Some properties of the $\kappa $-field are investigated in this paper. Stochastic motion of elementary particle can be freely explained by properties of the discrete space-time geometry, which admits one to construct the skeleton conception of elementary particles.