COMMON BIOPHYSICAL VARIABLES AS COMBINATIONS OF
PLANCK LENGTH (lp), PLANCK TIME (tp) AND PLANCK MASS (mp)
& THE EQUIVALENT GOLDEN SECTION FACTORS
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Common Measures

Dimensional Expressions

Planck constant derivatives

Φ-equivalent base factors

Volume

L3

4.2201E-105

4.2361E-105

Surface (Area)

L2

2.6115E-70

2.6180E-70

Electric Dipole Moment (Coulomb × meter)

QL

9.5843E-57

9.6063E-57

Mobility

1/B = 1/H = TQ/M = TL/Q

1.4688E-57

1.4685E-57

Capacitance (Farad)

T2/L

1.7982E-52

1.7944E-52

Planck time

T (seconds)

5.3906E-44

5.38836E-44

Charge squared

Q2

3.51755E-43

3.52482E-43

Planck length

L (meters)

1.6160E-35

1.61803E-35

Inductance (Henry)

L

1.6160E-35

1.6180E-35

Pure Surface per Unit Time
(Kinematic Viscosity) (Resistance due to External Gravitational Forces)


(M/LT)/(M/L3) = L2/T

 


4.8445E-27

 


4.8587E-27

 

Charge

Q = (ML)1/2

5.93089E-22

5.93702E-22

Permittivity of Free Space

D/E = T2/L2

1.1127E-17

1.1090E-17

Magnetic Flux (Weber)

QL/T

1.7780E-13

1.7828E-13

The Constant of Gravitation

G = L3/MT2

6.6719E-11

6.6973E-11

Conductance

T/L

3.3358E-09

3.3302E-09

Planck mass

M (kilogram)

2.1767E-08

2.17846E-08

Momentum
(Mass × Velocity)


ML/T


6.525335213


6.541540043

Charge/Time1/2 × Charge/Time1/2

Q2/T


6.525335213


6.541540043

Velocity (Resistance)

L/T

2.9978E+08

3.0028E+08

Electrical energy

ML2/T2

1.9562E+09

1.9643E+09

Line Charge Density (Coulomb/meter)

Q/L

3.6701E+13

3.6693E+13

Magnetic Vector Potential (Weber/meter)
(Ampere) or (Current)

Q/T


   1.1002E+22


   1.1018E+22

Inverse of Kinematic Viscosity

T/L2

2.0642E+26

2.0582E+26

Electric Potential (Voltage)

QL/T2

3.2983E+30

3.3086E+30

Attenuation Constant (Neper/meter)

1/L

6.1881E+34

6.1803E+34

Adsorption
(Isticity)2

M/T

4.0380E+35

4.0429E+35

Frequency

1/T

1.85508E+43

1.85585E+43

Force ML/T2 1.2105E+44 1.2140E+44

Displacement Flux Density (Coulomb/meter2)

Q/L2 = D

2.2711E+48

2.2677E+48

Acceleration

L/T2

5.5612E+51

5.5728E+51

Power

ML2/T3

3.6289E+52

3.6455E+52

Magnetic Field Intensity (Ampere/meter)

Q/LT = H

6.8083E+56

6.8096E+56

Magnetic Flux Density (Weber/meter2)

M/QT = B

6.8083E+56

6.8096E+56

Electric Field Intensity
(Volt/meter)

Q/T2 = E

2.0410E+65

2.0448E+65

Surface Tension

M/T2

7.4907E+78

7.5030E+78

Volume Charge Density (Coulomb/meter3)

Q/L3

1.4054E+83

1.4015E+83

Volume Current Density (Ampere/meter2)

Q/TL2

4.2131E+91

4.2086E+91

Jerk

L/T3

1.0316E+95

1.03423E+95

Density

M/L3

5.1579E+96

5.1426E+96

Mass flux per unit area
 (Fick's Law)

M/TL2

1.5462E+105

1.5442E+105

Force per unit area
(Pressure) or (Stress)

M/LT2

4.63533E+113

4.63712E+113

Poynting vector

M/T3

1.3896E+122

1.3924E+122

 

Notes

1  This table was compiled by SB Hoath.  Where the golden section φ = 1.618033898 . . ., the fundamental Planck-φ equivalences are Planck length lp = φ ´ 10-35, Planck time tp = φ3.5 ´ 10-44, and Planck mass mp = φφ ´ 10-8.  See also, on this web, The Physical Constants: Functions of the ‘Golden Bowl’ Arrangements on the Φ-Level of Existence Itself.
2  Isticity is a term coined by the writer in correspondence with Dr. Hoath to describe the sheer being-there-ness of the surface binding of mass.

 


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