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AHSAN MUJTABA

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- Dimensional analysis in quantum mechanics, of physical quantities.

I am studying polymer quantum mechanics. In it, they say that the momentum, ##p## eigenvalue, has the dimensions of ##(mass)^{-1}## and similarly ##\omega## has the dimensions of ##mass##. How it is possible, please someone explain that to me. Even a little hint would work.

I don't get it. Also, I would require some assistance regarding the units of Planck's reduced mass, ##M_{PI}^{2}##. How can it be measured in terms of GeV?

I don't get it. Also, I would require some assistance regarding the units of Planck's reduced mass, ##M_{PI}^{2}##. How can it be measured in terms of GeV?