## Background

Named after Niels Bohr, the Bohr Magneton expresses the electron magnetic moment caused by its orbital or spin.

## Energy Wave Constants – Equivalent

The following is the representation of this fundamental physical constant expressed in energy wave theory. Using energy wave constants, its value was calculated and shown to match the known value in the Summary of Calculations table.

### Bohr Magneton

The Bohr Magneton is based on a change in longitudinal frequency and amplitude for magnetism. It is the geometric mean of in-wave and out-wave frequency and amplitude when the gravitational coupling constant is applied. The complete derivation and its relation to gravity is found here.

The complete derivation of this constant is available in the Fundamental Physical Constants paper.

## Units

The above units are based in m^{3}/s. By comparison the Bohr Magneton is measured in J/T (Joules per Tesla). Joules are measured in kg * m^{2}/s^{2}. A Tesla is measured in kg / (C * s). Again, C is measured in meters in wave theory as charge is based on amplitude. When this is replaced, expected units align. The derivation of units from the current Bohr Magneton to the wave theory version is as follows:

## Relationship to the Fine Structure Constant

Some of the derivations of the wave energy equations appear to be complex, yet their calculations match the known CODATA value. This is one of the energy wave constants that has a connection to the fine structure constant that simplifies the equation and provides some meaning to the constant itself.

The Bohr Magneton becomes clear when multiplied by the square root of the fine structure constant. In the equation below, it is a relationship between an amplitude, a wavelength and the speed of the wave.

## Relationship to the Elementary Charge

The Bohr Magneton is also related to the elementary charge as it is greatly simplified when divided by the elementary charge.