Transient mass change during Electrolysis of water-For the first time in the world I have shown the relationship between time on the clock and frequency of an atom

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Title Transient mass change during Electrolysis of water-For the first time in the world I have shown the relationship between time on the clock and frequency of an atom
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Author(s) Francis Viren Fernandes
Keywords Mass. matter, electrolysis, Faraday, charge, time, frequency
Published 2015
No. of pages 1

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Abstract

Mass change is transient. Matter is stable is comparison. Matter m of Hydrogen produces current I at drift velocity v where I = mv/e and I =0.68 amps in this experiment. The velocity v is radius of a proton divided by time. Time is the inverse of frequency.
For the first time in the world I have shown the relationship between time on the clock and frequency of an atom.

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