Planck Mass


Planck mass may be the maximum possible mass capable of holding a single elementary charge. It shows up in equations for black holes, with the potential to spontaneously create a black hole.

In the figure below, the wave with amplitude of Planck charge is shown affecting a wave center in the electron, of Planck length.  It is described in more detail in the section on gravity.

Planck Mass Explained



Derivation – Planck Mass

When expressed in classical terms, it is very similar to the electron mass in classical terms with the exception of two things: 1) the Planck charge (qP) replaces the elementary charge (ee), and 2) the Planck length (lP) replaces the electron classical radius (re). The wave constant form is derived directly from the classical form.


Classical Constant Form

Planck Mass Derived

Wave Constant Form

Planck Mass Derived Wave Equations

Using classical constants Using energy wave constants


Calculated Value: 2.1765E-08
Difference from CODATA: 0.000%
Calculated Units: kg
G-Factor: gλ-2


Its value was calculated and shown to match the known value in the Summary of Calculations table. The derivation of this constant is available in the Fundamental Physical Constants paper.