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E = 2.Pi.hbar.c

Where:

E = Energy

Pi = PI (Ratio of circumference to radius)

hbar = Planck's constant (Reduced over 2.Pi)

c = celerity, causal displacement per time interval

In most texts this is summarised as:

E = h.nu

Where:

h = Planck's constant

nu = frequency

And E is suggested to be the "total energy"And then further used to imply that it is related by:

E= hf = mc^2

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Where is gamma? Why is there no consideration for Lorentz?

How is a non-zero ground state accounted for?

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