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Matter and Mass ///// Материя и масса

Authors: Robert Yusupov

Matter and mass. In this article, the principle "nature is finite" and the consequences that follow from it are discussed. The author states the presence in nature of a minimal fundamental particle (FP) – an atom of matter (AM). An atom of matter is a real natural standard, a material carrier of two basic properties: the minimum amount of matter in nature and the minimum length in nature (the diameter of an atom of matter). These properties are reflected in physics in the form of basic physical quantities of matter and length. Matter is naturally introduced into physics as the basic physical quantity. Then the mass of an atom of matter (a fundamental particle) is defined as the ratio of physical quantities of matter and length (diameter of AM or FP). +++++++++++++++++++++ В настоящей статье обсуждается принцип «природа конечна» и вытекающие из него следствия. Автор констатирует наличие в природе минимальной элементарной частицы – крупицы материи. Крупица материи является реальным природным эталоном, материальным носителем двух основных свойств: минимального количества материи в природе и минимальной длины в природе (диаметр крупицы материи). Эти свойства отражаются в физике в виде основных физических величин материя и длина. Материя естественным образом вводится в физику в качестве основной физической величины. Тогда масса крупицы материи (элементарной частицы) определяется, как отношение физических величин материи и длины (диаметр КМ или ЭЧ).

Comments: 8 Pages. In Russian (please learn Russian) Robert Yusupov © Matter and Mass

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