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Categories:Topics, Art & Design
Published by: Isamtahersaleh Aljarrah on May 31, 2012
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Summary and Corrections Nine of Breakthrough(s) InThis Book.ONE: The Universal Constant. 
“So far most of the calculations have not beenexact !If not totally wrong !Because they are onlymeant to explore the Order Of Magnitude of MyProposed Universal Constant (H)!We can derive nowan exact expression for this (H).”“Let us now explore various versions for this universalconstant just to see which one of them applicable ?”
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Absract:Let :n=The minimum number of Microscopic ObjectsObservable ?N=The minimum number of Macroscopic Copiesrequired to observe any quantum effects ??h=Plank’s Constant.H=My proposed Universal Constant ????Then:h X N = H X n.Note:When n=N=1 Then h =H.And that (N) Is a Multiples of (n).e.g.For the Water Molecule:N=1 ?n=3 ??
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If h =The Planck Constant for Microscopic world=1.05 X 10
(erg . second)H= My proposed Universal Constant for theMacroscopic world ??We can evaluate (H)from the following identity :h (erg. second)X H(erg. second)=Unitary (erg.second)
Therefore:H ≈ [1/1.05 ] x 10
(erg. second).*************

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