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Understanding the Basics of Final Unification with Avogadro Number

DOI: 10.4236/oalib.preprints.1200071, PP. 1-9

Subject Areas: Quantum Mechanics, Atomic Physics, Modern Physics, Nuclear Physics, Theoretical Physics, Particle Physics

Keywords: Avogadro Number, Schwarzschild’s Interaction, Final Unification

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Physicists have long suggested that the four observed fundamental forces of nature are separate manifestations of what was once a single force at times close to the Big Bang. If so, magnitude of the unified force can be assumed to be equal to.Strength of any interaction can be defined as the ratio of the operating force magnitude and the magnitude of. Let the gravitational interaction at black holes be called as ‘Schwarzschild interaction’. If strength of Schwarzschild interaction is unity, then weak interaction strength seems to betimes less than the Schwarzschild interaction and strong interaction strength seems to be times less than the Schwarzschild interaction. Based on these concepts and considering the Avogadro number as an absolute and discrete number, basics of final unification can be understood.

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Seshavatharam, U. V. S. and Lakshminarayana, S. (2014). Understanding the Basics of Final Unification with Avogadro Number. Open Access Library PrePrints, 1, e071. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/oalib.preprints.1200071.

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