Defined by the electron.

July 14, 2011 at 2:03 am | Posted in Questions, Uncategorized | 2 Comments

Definitions
a=acceleration
c=speed of light
E=energy
d=diameter
D=Density
e=electron
f=frequency
h=planks constant
m=mass
r=radius
R=rate of expansion
v=velocity
V=volume
t=time
λ=wavelength
1_FPl=1Fundamental Particle length

Defined by the electron
As an electron (e) has a radius(r_e) and a diameter equal to two times the electron radius,    (d_e=2*r_e) and a volume (V_e) then an electrons volume is: V_e=4/3* π(d_e/2)^3
The energy of an electron (E_e)is equal to planks constant(h) times the speed of light (c)divided by the wave length of the electron (λ_e). E_e=h*c/λ_e
this can be re-arranged to show that an electrons wavelength λ_e=hc/E_e 
And c/λ=f  therefore: 4/3* π(d/2)^3=(π*d^3)/6   (π*d^3)/6=c/λ_e
Then d_eFPl=((6*f_e)/π)^(1/3)  
And that rather large number d_eFPl  which seams meaningless at this point as it’s rather larger than an electrons diameter is of course the electrons diameter measured in fundamental lengths.. .
Which is why we now must use this formula:
1_FPl=(2*r_e)/d_eFPl
This is the approximate diameter of a fundamental particle.
 Particle  radius.
1_FPr=1_FPl/2

Particle Volume
1_FPV= V=4/3 π(1_FPl/2)^3

Particle Energy
1_FPE=E_e/(d_eFPl)^3

Particle mass
1_FPm=1_FPE/c^2

Particle Wavelength
1_FPλ=hc/1_FPE

 Particle Frequency
 1_FPf=c/1_FPλ

 Particle Density
1_FPD=1_FPm/1_FPV

 Particle Circumference
1_FPC=π*1_FPl

Particle Surface Area
1_FPSA=4 π(1_FPr)^2

Copyright  2011 Dave Dowling.

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