k constant: a new quantum of the energy that is smaller than the Planck’s constant

5 Pages Posted: 18 Feb 2021

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Bahram Kalhor

Islamic Azad University (IAU) - Karaj Branch

Farzaneh Mehrparvar

Islamic Azad University (IAU) - Karaj Branch

Behnam Kalhor

affiliation not provided to SSRN

Date Written: January 22, 2021

Abstract

We introduce k constant (k) as the quantum of energy. Hence, the total energy of each object is an integer multiple of the k constant. The value of the k constant is equal to the energy of an electromagnetic wave with frequency 1 Hz divided by c ̅^2+c ̅ +1. Each period of the electromagnetic waves can carry c ̅^2+c ̅ +1 quanta energy where c ̅ is equal to the speed of light and [c ̅ ]=1. To compare with the Planck’s constant (h), k constant is given by: k=h/(c ̅^2+c ̅ +1 ). The k constant relates frequency and the mass of a particle. We use the quantum of energy for proposing quantum redshift and quantum structure of the electromagnetic waves.

Keywords: Quanta energy, Quanta mass, Quantum of the energy, Quantum of the mass

Suggested Citation

Kalhor, Bahram and Mehrparvar, Farzaneh and Kalhor, Behnam, k constant: a new quantum of the energy that is smaller than the Planck’s constant (January 22, 2021). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3771223 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3771223

Bahram Kalhor (Contact Author)

Islamic Azad University (IAU) - Karaj Branch ( email )

Iran

Farzaneh Mehrparvar

Islamic Azad University (IAU) - Karaj Branch ( email )

Iran

Behnam Kalhor

affiliation not provided to SSRN

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