Proton Mass

Background

The proton is a relatively stable particle and a key component of the atom. It resides in the nucleus of the atom and has a positive charge, attracting the electron. It has a measurable mass.

 


 

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 CODATA value.

However, because it requires a different correction factor for the total angular momentum g-factor, it is not included in the Summary of Calculations table.  This factor is a product of two factors (orbital and spin).  The spin g-factor requires a correction factor of 0.001055566385, thus affecting the total angular momentum g-factor. Thus, it was given a symbol ΔT’ to note this difference and left out of the Summary of Calculations table.

 

Proton Mass

Proton Mass Written in Wave Energy Constants

By comparison, the alternative version of the electron’s mass and the Planck mass are reorganized to show the similarities of the masses when expressed as wave constants.

 

Comparison to Electron Mass

Electron Mass

 

Comparison to Planck Mass

Planck Mass