Can anyone here use Bohr's analysis of the hydrogen atom, to compute the characteristic impedance of the vacuum? And if not, then how would the Bohr model need to be modified, in order to obtain Z0?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Characteristic impedance of the vacuum [tex] = Z_0 = 376.730 313 461 ohms [/tex]

CODATA value: Characteristic impedance of the vacuum

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# Atomic Derivation of the characteristic impedance of the vacuum

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