Charge to Mass ratio

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Is there anything wrong in saying there can be a charge to Planck Mass ratio?

I calculate it as

[tex]\frac{e}{M_p} \propto 1.861 721 726 984 943 \times 10^{-10} C/kg[/tex]

But I find no references by any science that they have done this?
 

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Apparently no one has calculated it before for a Planck Mass, but it is a perfectly valid move. I was doing this for my investigation into Planck Particles (micro black holes) which exist for roughly a Planck Time.

Thanks anyway.
 

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