Fundamental physics and the fine-structure constant

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14419/ijpr.v5i2.8084

Published:

2017-08-17

Keywords:

Euler’s Equation, Fine-Structure Constant, Forces of Nature, Fundamental Constants, Symmetry Principles.

Abstract

From the exponential function of Euler’s equation to the geometry of a fundamental form, a calculation of the fine-structure constant and its relationship to the proton-electron mass ratio is given. Equations are found for the fundamental constants of the four forces of nature: electromagnetism, the weak force, the strong force and the force of gravitation. Symmetry principles are then associated with traditional physical measures.

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