What is Q in physics and how do you calculate it?
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What are the key aspects of quantum physics?
I am around ten and I'm a geek with quantum physics. As of right now, the key factors with quantum physics are the equations and it is not an opinion. The second most important factors is logic. We can't see subatomic particles, but we can see it through mathematics. Those are the key aspects of quantum physics. Good Answer geek: The key aspect of quantum physics is quaternions. Quantum physics is four dimensional physics. Prior physics involved two dimensions, mostly complex mathematics z=a + bi, this could be called parallel physics. Quantum physics involves quaternions a four dimensional physics q= a =bi +cj +dk, this is non parallel or non-commutative physics. For example Z1Z2 = Z2Z1 for two dimensional physics, but Q1Q2 does not equal Q2Q1 for quaternion Physics. This quaternion aspect of Quantum physics is THE key. Another aspect of Quantum Physics that is overlooked is the free space impedance z= 375 Ohms. Not much attention is paid to z but it is a quantum constant, z= W/Q where W is the quantum magnetic charge in Webers and Q is the quantum electric charge in Coulombs. W and Q are make up Planck's Constant h=WQ. W= 500 atto Webers and Q=4/3 atto Coulombs. h=zQ^2. z is the "Aether" Maxwell postulated as necessary to transport electromagnetic waves and M&M did not find. The Fine Structure Constant Alpha = 1/2 (e/Q)^2 = 7.2E-3 where 'e' is the electric charge and Q the quantum charge.
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