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  I ther a relationship between Coulomb's and Planck's constants ?

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According to the proportionality of inlet and outlet forces at interface of a particle ; relationship between Coulomb's and Planck's constants, for charged leptons , is calculated as following :  

(|External force at interface|=ke.qe2/rint2)=a(|Internal force at interface|=m.c2/rint)

Proportional factor [a=(1/11)] is explained due to :

There are twelve point , with equal distance , on interface area for submitting Virtual Photons . One of them returns to the center  (11=1-12) and remained eleven

photons fact in electrical field  .

=>                                        (ke.qe2/rint2)=(1/11)(c/rint22p)(m.c.2print=h/2)

=>                                                                            (ke.qe2)=(1/44p)(c.h)

qe=1.602*1019C      ,      h=1.054*10-34(N.m=j)sec       ,       c=3*108 m/sec

ke=(1/44p)(3*108 m/sec)(1.054*10-34N.m.sec)/(1.602*1019C)2

=8.918*109 N.m2/C2»8.987*109 N.m2/C2

what is your idea about that ? How is that in quantum physics?

Is there an overall and general method to result that ?

Closed as per community consensus as the post is not graduate-level
asked Mar 6, 2017 in Closed Questions by mohammad (-10 points) [ no revision ]
recategorized Mar 6, 2017 by Dilaton

This is not graduate-level, voting to close.

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