Authors: Jeff Yee
Originally proposed in 1899 by Max Planck, the Planck unit system simplifies equations in physics, yet the meaning of each constant in the system is not well understood. The Planck mass is far heavier than an electron or proton while the Planck length is orders of magnitude smaller than these same particles. What do these units mean? When using wave equations to describe energies and forces of particles, the Planck units have meaning when mapped to new wave constants.
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