# Bulletin of the American Physical Society

# APS March Meeting 2021

## Volume 66, Number 1

## Monday–Friday, March 15–19, 2021; Virtual; Time Zone: Central Daylight Time, USA

### Session U71: Poster Session III (2:00pm - 4:00pm)

2:00 PM,
Thursday, March 18, 2021

### Abstract: U71.00222 : Unitary Mass Representation in the Generalized Newton's Laws

#### Presenter:

Zhi an Luan

(University of British Columbia)

#### Author:

Zhi an Luan

(University of British Columbia)

*1. Photon Domain*: the photon mass is m

_{γ}=sin(1/2π) =0.15848...kg or 8.9620 ... MeV, its limit ->0.

*2. Photon – Electron Coherent Domain*: the electron mass is m

_{e }= 0.5 ... MeV.

*3. Electron Domain: t*he electron mass m

_{e }=1/2 is the real part of zero points of complex

*Riemann zeta functions*.

*4. Electron - Proton Coherent Domain: t*he mass of a proton m

_{p}= 5/3 = 1+ G

_{newton }or 1.6666... kg = 3π = 9.42477... MeV. The mass ratio of proton and electron: μ = m

_{p}/m

_{e}= 6π ≈1884....

*5. Proton or Graviton Domain:*the mass of a graviton is cos(1/2π) = 0.98737... kg or 55.83398 ... MeV. Limit mass -> 1 ... MeV = Id.

Boltzmann Constant k

_{B}= 8 √3, Planck Constant h = 2π√3 and G=2/3 construct a principal scheme of the GNL theory, for example, the

__is m__

*mass of a top quark*_{top}=√3 = 173.20... MeV, which is just a maximum value of mass deformation growth under dual gravity stat, i.e. at Newton's mechanical state.

Above all data connect closely with the Generalized Newton’s Laws:

Gmv = 1 = Id, G[0,2], for a spacial coherent phase transition state:

G= G

_{coh}= G

_{newton}=2/3 = 0.666 ...10

^{-10}m

^{3}kg

^{-1}s

^{-2}

M-V transform law: m = √(1 - v/4).

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