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Rg And De Broigle's Waves

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Posted by Matey Protitch/">Matey Protitch on June 29, 1998 03:23:35 UTC

If we have a body with mass m, it will have Schwarzschild /gravitational/ radius (1) Rg = 2Gm / c^2. The body isnít collapsed under this radius/ event horizon/, and there isnít singularity. But gravitational radius exist really. De Broigleís wave of this body will be (2) l = h/mv If the mass m is the Plankís mass , and v = c, then l= Rg (3) h/mc = 2Gm/c^2 The wavelenght of this body is equal to itís gravitational radius. When the mass is greater than the Plankís, the equation is possible if v

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