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The Planck length is far smaller than the classical electron radius. Could the electron have structure?

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First I should say "we don't know". The fact that an electron has an intrinsic magnetic moment (spin) suggests it probably has some structure though.

See What is the mass density distribution of an electron? for more on this subject.

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