Quantum Gravity and String Theory


Prediction for the Quantum Hall Effect for the Von Klitzing Constant

Authors: Michael John Sarnowski

The following paper is a prediction for a more precise value for the Quantum Hall effect for the von Klitzing constant. The von Klitzing constant is simply the Planck constant divided by the elementary charge squared. This value, according to CODATA to a very high accuracy. This value in CODATA is 25812.8074555(59) . This paper uses the equations developed in “Evidence for Granulated, Granular Topological Spacetime”(1), “Prediction for the Sommerfeld Fine-Structure”(2), “Prediction for the Mass Ratio of the Proton to the Electron”(3), and ” An Electro Magnetic Resonance in 9 Dimensions that gives Mass Ratio of Electron to Neutron”(4) to predict a value for the von Klitzing constant. The value predicted in this paper is 25812.80744812 ohms, which is within 1.3 sigma of the CODATA value listed above. It is predicted, that as these measurements become more precise that the CODATA value will converge around 25812.80744812 ohms. It should be noted that the value calculated herein uses the mass ratios calculated using the empirical theory of Bremsstrahlung Cherenkov Radiation Resonance developed by Michael John Sarnowski. Therefore it is expected that if the CODATA values converge upon the numbers presented here that it is a validation of the Bremsstrahlung Cherenkov Radiation Resonance Theory.

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[v1] 2016-12-26 21:38:18
[v2] 2016-12-27 21:47:55
[v3] 2017-01-09 11:23:59
[v4] 2017-06-24 15:41:26
[v5] 2017-10-29 16:33:39

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