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Bellotti, G. (2012) Advances in Natural Science, 5, 7-11.

has been cited by the following article:

  • TITLE: Planck’s h and Structural Constant s0

    AUTHORS: Milan Perkovac

    KEYWORDS: Boscovich, Bremsstrahlung, Hyperon, Neutron, Order of Substance, Planck, Redundant Constants, Soddy, Structural Constant

    JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Modern Physics, Vol.8 No.3, February 28, 2017

    ABSTRACT: Application of Maxwell’s equations and the theory of relativity on the processes in atoms with real oscillator leads to the structural constant of atoms s0 = 8.278692517. Measurements show that the ratio of energy of the photon and its frequency is not constant which means that Planck’s h is not constant. The theory which is consistent with these measurements, has been found. This theory covers processes in electron configuration and also at the core of atoms. Based on the structural constant s0 the maximum possible atomic number Z is determined. In order to encompass all atoms and all nuclides a new measurement unit has been proposed. That is the measurement unit for the order of substance. The introduction of structural constant s0 makes 11 fundamental constants redundant, including Planck’s h. The structural constant of atoms s0 stands up as the most stable constant in a very wide range of measurement, so it may replace variable Planck’s h well. Continuity of the bremsstrahlung is explained.