# Bulletin of the American Physical Society

# APS March Meeting 2011

## Volume 56, Number 1

## Monday–Friday, March 21–25, 2011; Dallas, Texas

### Abstract: K1.00068 : The mass, energy, space and time systemic theory-MEST-energy balance system of wave-particle duality

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The paper suppose that the probability of displacement is the
space and the probability of cycle is the time.
And accroding to the quantum mechanics, the paper get the
equation of the space :
$S=P(r)={f^2}$, (1)
Among it, S: the space, f: the amplitude of wave, r: the
displacement, P(r): probability function of displacement.
Accroding to the Benford's law, the paper get the equation of the
time equation:
$T=P(2{\pi}t)=ln(1+\frac{1}{2{\pi}t})={\nu}$, (2)
Among it, T: the real time, t: date of clock, $\nu$: the
frequence of wave, P(t): probability function of date of the clock.
$E=h\nu$, (3)
$m=\frac{h}{{\lambda}{c}}$, (4)
Among it, E: the energy of particle, m: the mass of particle, c:
the velocity of particle, $\nu$: the frequence of particle,
$\lambda$: the wavelengh, h: the Planck constant.
$E'{\psi}=i{\hbar}\frac{\partial{\psi}}{{\partial}t}$, (5)
$m'{\psi}=-i{\hbar}\frac{{\partial}{\psi}{\partial}t}
{{(\partial}x)^2}$, (6)
Among it, $E'\psi$: the energy of wave, $m'\psi$: the mass of
wave, c$'$: the velocity of wave, ${\psi}$: the Wave Functions.
The paper give new idea that unlike mass repel each other, like
mass attract;
And like energy repel each other, unlike energy attract.
So there is a mass-energy duality too.
The energy radiate the repulsive (energy) wave and the mass
absorb the absorptive (mass) wave.
And there is a balance system between the energy wave and mass wave.
$E+E'{\psi}=mc^2+m'{\psi}c'^2,
(c'^2=-\frac{({\partial}x)^2}{({\partial}t)^2})$, (7)

To cite this abstract, use the following reference: http://meetings.aps.org/link/BAPS.2011.MAR.K1.68

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