Jump to ContentJump to Main Navigation
Atomic Physics: Precise Measurements and Ultracold Matter$

Massimo Inguscio and Leonardo Fallani

Print publication date: 2013

Print ISBN-13: 9780198525844

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: December 2013

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198525844.001.0001

Show Summary Details
Page of

PRINTED FROM OXFORD SCHOLARSHIP ONLINE (www.oxfordscholarship.com). (c) Copyright Oxford University Press, 2017. All Rights Reserved. Under the terms of the licence agreement, an individual user may print out a PDF of a single chapter of a monograph in OSO for personal use (for details see http://www.oxfordscholarship.com/page/privacy-policy). Subscriber: null; date: 26 February 2017

(p.286) Appendix D Constants and units

(p.286) Appendix D Constants and units

Source:
Atomic Physics: Precise Measurements and Ultracold Matter
Publisher:
Oxford University Press

Quantity

Symbol

Value

Speed of light in vacuum

c

299792 458 ms−1

Magnetic constant

μ 0

4π × 10−7 N A−2

Electric constant

0 = 1/μ0c2

8.854187 817… × 10−12 Fm×−1

Planck constant

h

6.626 069 57(29) × 10−34 Js

Reduced Planck constant

ħ = h/2π

1 054571 726(47) × 10−34 Js

Fine structure constant

α = e2 /4π∈0 ħc

7.297 352 5698(24) × 10−3

α −1

137.035 999074(44)

Rydberg constant

R = α 2 mec/2h

10 973 731.568 539(55) m−1

R c

3.289 841960 364(17) × 1015 Hz

R hc

13.605 692 53(30) eV

Boltzmann constant

kB

1.380 6488(13) × 10−23 JK−1

Avogadro constant

Na

6.022 141 29(27) × 1023 mol−1

Newtonian constant

G

6.673 84(80) × 10−11 m3kg−1s−2

Quantity

Symbol

Value

Elementary charge

e

1.602176 565(35) × 10−19 C

Electron mass

me

9.109 382 91(40) × 10−31 kg

Proton mass

mp

1 672 621 777(74) × 10−27 kg

Bohr radius

a0 = 4πe0h2 /mee2

0 529 177210 92(17) × 10−10 m

Bohr magneton

μb = eħ/2me

927.400 968(20) × 10−26 JT−1

μ B /h = e/4πme

13.996 245 55(31) GHzT−1

Nuclear magneton

μn = eħ/2mp

5.050 783 53(11) × 10−27 JT−1

μ N /h = e/4πmp

7.622 593 57(17) MHzT−1

Electron g‐factor

ge

2.002 319 304 361 53(53)

(1 eV)

= 1.602 176 565(35) × 10−19 J

(1 eV)/h

= 241 798.9348(53) GHz

(1 eV)/hc

= 8065.544 29(18) cm−1

(1 eV)/kB

= 1.160 4519(11) × 104 K

(1 J)

= 6.241 509 34(14) × 1018 eV

(1 J)/h

= 1.509 190 311(67) × 1024 GHz

(1 J)/hc

= 5.034 117 01(22) × 1022 cm−1

(1 J)/kB

= 7.242 9716(66) × 1022 K

(1 GHz)h

= 4.135 667 516(91) × 10−6 eV

(1 GHz)h

= 6.626 069 57(29) × 10−25 J

(1 GHz)/c

= 0.033 356 409 519… cm−1

(1 GHz)h/kB

= 0.047 992 434(44) K

(1 cm−1)hc

= 1.239 841 930(27) × 10−4 eV

(1 cm−1)hc

= 1.986 445 684(88) × 10−23 J

(1 cm−1)c

= 29.979 2458 GHz

(1 cm−1)hc/kB

= 1.438 7770(13) K

(1 K)kB

= 8.617 3324(78) × 10−5 eV

(1 K)kB

= 1.380 6488(13) × 10−23 J

(1 K)kB/h

= 20.836 618(19) GHz

(1 K)kB/hc

= 0.695 034 76(63) cm−1