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The proton charge radius and the proton to electron mass ratio equations

Volume 5, Issue 5, October 2020    |    PP. 108-117    |PDF (231 K)|    Pub. Date: October 11, 2020
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Emmanuel Saucedo-Flores, DIP-CUCEI Universidad de Guadalajara, México

Abstract: New expressions in terms of the proton charge radius are derived for the Sommerfeld or fine-structure constant, the proton to electron mass ratio and the elementary particles Wirkungsquanta. Through the derivation of these expressions, it was found that a small correction factor was needed to be applied on the currently accepted proton charge radius numeric value so that the calculated α values were matched with good relative standard uncertainties. Quasi-exact matches to the h-value were used to confirm the numerical value of the used proposed proton charge radius.

Fine-structure constant, proton to electron mass ratio, proton radius puzzle

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Emmanuel Saucedo-Flores, The proton charge radius and the proton to electron mass ratio equations, SCIREA Journal of Physics. Vol. 5 , No. 5 , 2020 , pp. 108 - 117 .


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