3 years ago

Elementary charge and neutrino's mass from Planck length.

Saulo Carneiro

It is shown that the postulation of a minimum length for the horizons of a blackhole leads to lower bounds for the electric charges and magnetic moments of elementary particles. If the minimum length has the order of the Planck scale, these bounds are given, respectively, by the electronic charge and by $\mu \sim 10^{-21} \mu_B$. The latter implies that the masses of fundamental particles are bounded above by the Planck mass, and that the smallest neutrino mass is $m_{\nu} \sim 10^{-2}$eV.

Publisher URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1811.08731

DOI: arXiv:1811.08731v2

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