Masses |

Mass References

Here are three special masses:The Neutron-mass

The Planck-mass

The Standard SI-mass

Two are mine...

**My Neutron Mass**

I came up with this, derived on another page.

Agreement out to eight places, (with my G)...

**Planck Mass**

Planck Mass = 2.17651E-08 kg

illustrative purposes |

My computer keeps giving me these "curiosity things". I wish to not put too much emphasis on it yet.

**My Standard SI-Mass**

Not to be confused with all of the standard brass weights.

I guess that I created this one too.

It is found no where else, except on my web site.

I Defined it as such:

Two point masses, SI kg-type,

Defining masses separated by one meter,

Producing one newton of force.

The SI Mass is the reciprocal of the square root of G.

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Two point charges, one "coulomb" each,

Defining charge separated by one meter

Producing one newton of force.

Standard SI Mass = 1.22411E+05 kg

26,9870 lbs

Approximately 12 tons

Ratio of the square MassPlanck to MassStandard is hc/2pi.

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