As per: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elementary_charge(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Charge is quantum.

As per https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magnetic_flux_quantum

Magnetic flux is quantum.

Magnetic flux is measured as follows:

[itex]Magnetic flux = \frac{Energy * Time}{Charge}[/itex]

Thus:

[itex]\frac{Charge}{Magnetic flux}[/itex] is quantum. (Quantum/Quantum = Quantum)

It has the measurement:

[itex]\frac{Charge}{Magnetic flux} = \frac{Charge ^{2}}{Energy * Time}[/itex]

As per: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Von_Klitzing_constant

Conductivity is quantum.

Conductivity is measured as follows:

[itex]Conductivity = \frac{Charge ^{2}}{Energy * Time * Distance}[/itex]

Taking the top two questions:

[itex]Conductivity = \frac{\frac{Charge}{Magnetic flux}}{Distance}[/itex]

Quantum = Quantum / Distance

Quantum / Quantum = Distance = Quantum

Distance is quantum.

Anybody see anything wrong with this?

Thank you,

Veniamin

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