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What does Á stand for?

Á stands for Fine-Structure Constant (Greek nomenclature; finite figure used in quantum mechanics to measure energy)

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Their topics include combinatorial space, dimensionality, the simple bit-string picture, the fine-structure constant calculated, process and iteration, perception, and just six numbers.
In recent years, astrophysical data have indicated that the fine-structure constant called alpha has increased since the early universe.
Pepper, New Method for High-Accuracy Determination of the Fine-Structure Constant Based on Quantized Hall Resistance, Phys.
It will serve as a "turnkey" primary representation for capacitance, provide an additional route for the measurement of the fine-structure constant and provide a means to close the "quantum metrology triangle" formed by the Josephson voltage, the quantum Hall resistance, and the fundamental electron charge.
Shortly after the Oklo fossil reactor was discovered, researchers recognized that it might provide data that could help them learn about the number called alpha, also known as the fine-structure constant, that's associated with the strength of the electromagnetic force.
Besides providing a "turnkey" primary capacitance representation, the ECCS will also provide an alternate route for experimental determination of the fine-structure constant.
Researchers know that the constant under scrutiny, called the fine-structure constant or alpha, determines the wavelengths of light that atoms can absorb.
K] and the fine-structure constant [alpha] (57, 97, 98).

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