eduzhai > Physical Sciences > Physics Sciences >

The Mystery behind the Fine Structure Constant Contracted Radius Ratio Divided by the Mass Ratio? A Possible Atomist Interpretation

  • Save

... pages left unread,continue reading

Document pages: 8 pages

Abstract: This paper examines various alternatives for what the fine structure constant might represent. In particular, we look at an alternative where the fine structure constant represents the radius ratio divided by the mass ratio of the electron, versus the proton as newly suggested by Koshy [1], but derived and interpreted here based on Haug atomism (see [2]). This ratio is remarkably close to the fine structure constant, and it is a dimensionless number. We also examine alternatives including the proton mass divided by the Higgs mass, which appears to be another possible candidate for what the fine structure constant might represent.

Please select stars to rate!


0 comments Sign in to leave a comment.

    Data loading, please wait...