Malcolm Macleod. Fine structure constant and square root of Planck momentum

Natural Sciences / Physics / Mathematical Physics

Submitted on: May 16, 2012, 15:42:13

Description: The natural constants G, h, e and me are commonly used but are themselves difficult to measure experimentally with a high precision. Defining the Planck Ampere in terms of the square root of Planck momentum, referred to here as Quintessence momentum, and by assigning a formula for the electron as a magnetic monopole in terms of e and c, a formula for the Rydberg constant can be derived. G, h, e and me can then each be written in terms of more precise constants; the speed of light c (fixed value), the Rydberg constant (12 digit precision) and alpha, the fine structure constant (10 digit precision).