Concord, ON, Canada
AToS theory of the volt and the electron volt
- an aetherometric perspective on longitudinal electric waves
by Correa, Paulo N. & Correa, Alexandra N.
Published in November 2001. 17 pages.
Experimental Aetherometry, Vol. 2A
Price: US $25 ($20 ISFA)
This monograph is also included in the print edition of Experimental Aetherometry, Vol. 2A
We succinctly submit basic aetherometric theoretical and mathematical formulations for the electric functions of potential, charge, energy and power, as they apply to either massbound (monopolar) and massfree (ambipolar) forms of electricity. The microfunctional formulations are rigorously derived with aetherometric tools, and they put into evidence the common misconceptions of electric functions harking back to Maxwell. Fundamental aetherometric equivalences are provided for the volt, the electron-volt, the charge quantum e, Planck's constant, the electron mass-energy and the Duane-Hunt wavelength we have identified. A new constant is introduced (the Eta-Correa constant ) and the potential of the electron mass-energy is demonstrated as being equivalent to a wavespeed having the exact value . Electric charge is demonstrated to be a linear momentum function, and the authors propose that all electric potentials be understood as longitudinal wave-functions, whether produced by standing or travelling waves, and whether they are constitutive of mass-energy or kinetic energy. Such a standing voltage wave is identified as intrinsic to the structure of the electron mass-energy.