electron rest mass

electron rest mass

[i′lek‚trän ′rest ‚mas]
(physics)
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The electron rest mass is me = 9.10938356 x [10.sup.-31] kg [20].
e is the elementary charge, the electron rest mass, and c the speed of light in vacuum.
The electron rest mass me = 9.10938356 x [10.sup.-31] kg [10].
As a consequence of this scale invariance, chain systems of oscillating electrons produce similar series of eigenstates so that the proton model mass can be derived from the electron rest mass and vice versa.
But the net elementary charge, e, and the finite electron rest mass, [m.sub.e], are only included as given and assumed parameters in the theory by Dirac, whereas these quantities are deduced from the field equations of RQED.
Let's assume that [m.sub.00] is the electron rest mass 0.510998910(13) MeV/[c.sup.2] [14].
and [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] = [[gamma].sub.0] [M.sub.e], [[gamma].sub.0] = 1/[[1-[([u.sub.n+1]/c).sup.2].sup.-1/2] with [u.sub.n] being high (~[10.sup.6] m/s), Me the electron rest mass, and [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] Bohr's radius (should already contain 1/[gamma]0, see below).

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