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What is the value of electron charge if the unit of length is 0.954m?

 
 
pudalay
 
Reply Thu 3 Jun, 2010 08:59 am
Assume the unit of length is 0.954m. Is the electron charge still equals 1.602*10^-19C or not?
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Reply Thu 3 Jun, 2010 10:25 pm
@pudalay,
-e, you had to wait for coulomb

surprised no-one has lepton this

but i am such a planck

elementary charges are elementary

yes
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