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Planck’s constant



Planck’s constant

When you are inter­ested in physics you must read “Unbe­liev­able”!

The above analy­ses give the unique pos­si­bil­ity to elim­i­nate Planck’s con­stant h as an inde­pen­dent nat­ural constant.

The for­mula for the Planck-​distance is:

(12)

The clas­si­cal radius or Comp­ton – radius of the elec­tron is:

(13)

We showed that the ratio between the Planck-​radius and the clas­si­cal radius of the elec­tron is .

(14)

The the­o­ret­i­cal value for Planck’s (14) con­stant is h= 6.648982×10^−34 [Js] while the empir­i­cal mea­sured value is h= 6.626069×10^−34 [Js].

The the­o­ret­i­cal derived con­stant of Planck is a fac­tor 1.003458 times the empir­i­cal value. The dis­crep­ancy is there­fore just 0.35%. Sci­en­tists claim that this for­mula for Planck’s con­stant is merely a numer­i­cal approx­i­ma­tion, not exact and there­fore the for­mula is false!

Next chap­ter: The Devi­a­tion Between the The­o­ret­i­cal and Empir­i­cal Value of Planck’s con­stant (h)

When you are interested in physics you must read “Unbelievable“!

The above analyses give the unique possibility to eliminate Planck’s constant  h as an independent natural constant.

The formula for the Planck-distance is:

  (12)

The classical radius or Compton–radius of the electron is:

  (13)

We showed that the ratio between the Planck-radius and the classical radius of the electron is .

  (14)

The theoretical value for Planck’s (14) constant is h= 6.648982*10^-34 [Js] while the empirical measured value is h= 6.626069*10^-34 [Js].

The theoretical derived constant of Planck is a factor 1.003458 times the empirical value. The discrepancy is therefore just 0.35%. Scientists claim that this formula for Planck’s constant is merely a numerical approximation, not exact and therefore the formula is false!

Next chapter: The Deviation Between the Theoretical and Empirical Value of Planck’s constant (h)

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