All possible (already known as well as yet unknown) physical equations are coming directly from the single FL-equation and can be thus calculated be means of a simple computer program. The original output of this program has been extended here with my subjective remarks concerning the level of popularity of any calculated physical equation in the traditional physics; 4 means very well known equation, 0 stands for an equation completely unknown to the traditional scientists.
The additional factor M appearing in the relations defining a dynamical physical quantity through two electrodynamical quantities is a material factor (M = µ^{-3}), compensating the traditional difference in the definitions of the both groups (planes) of the physical quantities.
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Nr | Name | Relation | L | In relation to |
1 | acceleration | a = f2 * r | 4 | rotation |
2 | acceleration | a = M * E * B | 2 | electromagnetic field |
3 | acceleration | a = M * U * B*k | 2 | electric potential |
4 | acceleration | a = M * A*E * B*delta | 2 | electric flux |
5 | acceleration | a = P * n | 1 | power |
6 | acceleration | a = delta * f*F | 2 | force change |
7 | acceleration | a = M * i * B*f | 2 | electric current |
8 | acceleration | a = M * H * f*H | 1 | magnetic field |
9 | acceleration | a = G * t | 0 | gravitational factor |
10 | acceleration | a = f * c | 4 | defines acceleration |
11 | acceleration | a = c2 * k | 2 | radiation intensity |
12 | action | J = A * A | 0 | quantum area |
13 | action | J = M * i * q*r | 2 | electric dipole moment |
14 | action | J = F * k*m | 2 | force |
15 | action | J = M * k*q * mu~ | 2 | magnetic dipole moment |
16 | action | J = M * q * A*H | 2 | magnetic flux |
17 | action | J = A*f * m | 3 | circulation |
18 | action | J = r * p | 4 | defines angular momentum |
19 | action | J = eps*A * P | 1 | power |
20 | action | J = W * t | 4 | defines action |
21 | area | A = sigma * W | 0 | energy |
22 | area | A = r * r | 4 | defines quantum area |
23 | area | A = M * i * k*q | 2 | electric current |
24 | area | A = M * rho_q * mu~ | 2 | magnetic dipole moment |
25 | area | A = M * q * H | 2 | magnetic field |
26 | area | A = M * q*r * B | 2 | electric dipole moment |
27 | area | A = f * m | 0 | quantum mass |
28 | area | A = F * rho_m | 1 | mass density |
29 | area | A = M * A*H * D | 1 | magnetic flux |
30 | area | A = epsilon * P | 1 | power |
31 | area | A = J * delta | 2 | action |
32 | area | A = eps*A * c2 | 1 | radiation intensity |
33 | area | A = C * f*F | 1 | electric capacitance |
34 | area | A = A*f * t | 3 | circulation |
35 | area | A = k*m * c | 1 | mass distribution |
36 | area | A = p * k | 0 | momentum |
37 | dielectric factor | epsilon = rho_m * rho_m | 0 | mass density |
38 | dielectric factor | epsilon = eps*A * delta | 1 | optical area |
39 | dielectric factor | epsilon = sigma * t | 2 | conductivity |
40 | dielectric factor | epsilon = C * k | 3 | electric capacitance |
41 | electric capacitance | C = epsilon * r | 4 | dielectric factor |
42 | electric capacitance | C = sigma * k*m | 1 | conductivity |
43 | electric capacitance | C = rho_m * t | 1 | mass density |
44 | electric capacitance | C = eps*A * k | 4 | optical area |
45 | electric charge | q = epsilon * A*E | 4 | GAUSS electric flux |
46 | electric charge | q = C * U | 4 | defines electric capacitance |
47 | electric charge | q = r * k*q | 3 | charge distribution |
48 | electric charge | q = sigma * mu~ | 3 | magnetic dipole moment |
49 | electric charge | q = k*m * H | 0 | mass distribution |
50 | electric charge | q = B * m | 0 | quantum mass |
51 | electric charge | q = A*H * rho_m | 0 | magnetic flux |
52 | electric charge | q = rho_q * p | 0 | momentum |
53 | electric charge | q = E * eps*A | 4 | electric field |
54 | electric charge | q = A * D | 4 | GAUSS induction flux |
55 | electric charge | q = i * t | 4 | electric current |
56 | electric charge | q = q*r * k | 4 | electric dipole moment |
57 | electric charge density | rho_q = sigma * H | 2 | conductivity |
58 | electric charge density | rho_q = B * rho_m | 0 | mass density |
59 | electric charge density | rho_q = k*m * B*delta | 1 | mass distribution |
60 | electric charge density | rho_q = k*q * delta | 3 | charge distribution |
61 | electric charge density | rho_q = q * n | 4 | defines charge density |
62 | electric charge density | rho_q = C * B*f | 2 | electric capacitance |
63 | electric charge density | rho_q = epsilon * f*H | 3 | magnetic field change |
64 | electric charge density | rho_q = B*k * t | 2 | magnetic wave vector |
65 | electric charge density | rho_q = D * k | 4 | GAUSS charge density |
66 | electric conductivity | sigma = epsilon * f | 3 | dielectric factor |
67 | electric conductivity | sigma = M * rho_q * D | 3 | charge density |
68 | electric conductivity | sigma = k*m * n | 1 | mass distribution |
69 | electric conductivity | sigma = delta * t | 1 | quantum period |
70 | electric conductivity | sigma = rho_m * k | 0 | mass density |
71 | electric current | i = sigma * A*E | 3 | OHM electric flux |
72 | electric current | i = rho_q * F | 2 | force |
73 | electric current | i = q * f | 4 | defines electric current |
74 | electric current | i = r * H | 4 | AMPERE electric current |
75 | electric current | i = A * B | 0 | quantum area |
76 | electric current | i = U * rho_m | 0 | mass density |
77 | electric current | i = B*k * p | 2 | momentum |
78 | electric current | i = A*f * D | 4 | MAXWELL electric current |
79 | electric current | i = J * B*delta | 1 | action |
80 | electric current | i = mu~ * delta | 3 | magnetic dipole moment |
81 | electric current | i = m * B*f | 1 | quantum mass |
82 | electric current | i = k*m * f*H | 1 | mass distribution |
83 | electric current | i = E * t | 2 | quantum period |
84 | electric current | i = k*q * c | 3 | charge distribution |
85 | electric current | i = A*H * k | 3 | magnetic flux |
86 | electric dipole moment | q*r = J * rho_q | 2 | action |
87 | electric dipole moment | q*r = C * A*E | 2 | electric flux |
88 | electric dipole moment | q*r = q * r | 4 | defines el. dipole moment |
89 | electric dipole moment | q*r = A * k*q | 3 | quantum area |
90 | electric dipole moment | q*r = i * k*m | 1 | mass distribution |
91 | electric dipole moment | q*r = H * m | 1 | magnetic field |
92 | electric dipole moment | q*r = mu~ * rho_m | 1 | magnetic dipole moment |
93 | electric dipole moment | q*r = U * eps*A | 2 | electric potential |
94 | electric dipole moment | q*r = p * D | 1 | momentum |
95 | electric dipole moment | q*r = A*H * t | 2 | magnetic flux |
96 | electric field strength | E = i * f | 4 | defines current in time |
97 | electric field strength | E = q * f2 | 4 | electric charge |
98 | electric field strength | E = a * k*q | 3 | acceleration |
99 | electric field strength | E = A*f * B | 2 | circulation |
100 | electric field strength | E = F * B*k | 2 | force |
101 | electric field strength | E = W * B*delta | 2 | energy |
102 | electric field strength | E = A*E * delta | 3 | electric flux |
103 | electric field strength | E = D * c2 | 3 | planar charge density |
104 | electric field strength | E = rho_q * f*F | 1 | force change |
105 | electric field strength | E = A * B*f | 3 | quantum area |
106 | electric field strength | E = r * f*H | 2 | magnetic field change |
107 | electric field strength | E = H * c | 3 | magnetic field |
108 | electric field strength | E = U * k | 4 | defines potential in space |
109 | electric flux | A*E = a * q*r | 2 | acceleration |
110 | electric flux | A*E = A * E | 4 | defines electric flux |
111 | electric flux | A*E = i * A*f | 2 | circulation |
112 | electric flux | A*E = U * r | 3 | electric potential |
113 | electric flux | A*E = f * mu~ | 3 | magnetic dipole moment |
114 | electric flux | A*E = F * H | 2 | force |
115 | electric flux | A*E = W * B | 1 | energy |
116 | electric flux | A*E = D * P | 1 | power |
117 | electric flux | A*E = q * c2 | 3 | electric charge |
118 | electric flux | A*E = k*q * f*F | 1 | force change |
119 | electric flux | A*E = J * B*f | 1 | action |
120 | electric flux | A*E = p * f*H | 2 | momentum |
121 | electric flux | A*E = A*H * c | 3 | magnetic flux |
122 | electric potential | U = a * q | 2 | acceleration |
123 | electric potential | U = q*r * f2 | 2 | electric dipole moment |
124 | electric potential | U = E * r | 4 | defines electric potential |
125 | electric potential | U = A*f * H | 1 | circulation |
126 | electric potential | U = f * A*H | 4 | FARADAY_HENRY emf |
127 | electric potential | U = F * B | 2 | force |
128 | electric potential | U = W * B*k | 2 | energy |
129 | electric potential | U = rho_q * P | 4 | POISSON charge density |
130 | electric potential | U = k*q * c2 | 4 | POISSON charge distribution |
131 | electric potential | U = D * f*F | 1 | force change |
132 | electric potential | U = p * B*f | 2 | momentum |
133 | electric potential | U = A * f*H | 1 | magnetic field change |
134 | electric potential | U = i * c | 3 | OHM resistance |
135 | electric potential | U = A*E * k | 3 | electric flux |
136 | energy | W = M * q*r * E | 3 | electric dipole moment |
137 | energy | W = M * q * U | 3 | defines electric energy |
138 | energy | W = A * A*f | 1 | circulation |
139 | energy | W = J * f | 4 | PLANCK quantum energy |
140 | energy | W = F * r | 4 | defines work |
141 | energy | W = M * A*E * k*q | 2 | electric flux |
142 | energy | W = M * mu~ * H | 4 | magnetic dipole moment |
143 | energy | W = M * i * A*H | 3 | magnetic flux |
144 | energy | W = m * c2 | 4 | EINSTEIN energy |
145 | energy | W = k*m * f*F | 3 | mass distribution |
146 | energy | W = P * t | 4 | power |
147 | energy | W = p * c | 4 | momentum |
148 | flux of frequency | A*f = M * rho_q * A*E | 2 | electric flux |
149 | flux of frequency | A*f = A * f | 4 | defines flux of frequency |
150 | flux of frequency | A*f = M * E * k*q | 2 | electric field |
151 | flux of frequency | A*f = a * k*m | 2 | acceleration |
152 | flux of frequency | A*f = M * i * H | 3 | magnetic field |
153 | flux of frequency | A*f = M * A*H * B | 2 | magnetic flux |
154 | flux of frequency | A*f = M * mu~ * B*k | 2 | magnetic dipole moment |
155 | flux of frequency | A*f = f2 * m | 2 | quantum mass |
156 | flux of frequency | A*f = M * U * D | 2 | defines electric resistivity |
157 | flux of frequency | A*f = sigma * P | 1 | conductivity |
158 | flux of frequency | A*f = W * delta | 2 | energy |
159 | flux of frequency | A*f = rho_m * f*F | 2 | mass density |
160 | flux of frequency | A*f = M * q*r * B*f | 1 | electric dipole moment |
161 | flux of frequency | A*f = M * q * f*H | 1 | electric charge |
162 | flux of frequency | A*f = c2 * t | 2 | radiation intensity |
163 | flux of frequency | A*f = r * c | 3 | defines circulation |
164 | flux of frequency | A*f = F * k | 2 | defines elastic force coeff. |
165 | force | F = M * i * i | 3 | COULOMB electric force |
166 | force | F = M * q * E | 3 | LORENTZ electric force |
167 | force | F = A*f * r | 4 | HOOKE elastic force |
168 | force | F = M * U * k*q | 3 | electric potential |
169 | force | F = M * H * A*H | 2 | COULOMB magnetic force |
170 | force | F = M * mu~ * B | 3 | magnetic dipole moment |
171 | force | F = a * m | 4 | NEWTON acceleration |
172 | force | F = f * p | 4 | NEWTON dynamic force |
173 | force | F = M * A*E * D | 2 | electric flux |
174 | force | F = rho_m * P | 3 | mass density |
175 | force | F = k*m * c2 | 3 | mass distribution |
176 | force | F = M * q*r * f*H | 2 | electric dipole moment |
177 | force | F = f*F * t | 2 | quantum period |
178 | force | F = A * c | 3 | defines rate of flow |
179 | force | F = W * k | 4 | energy |
180 | frequency | f = M * rho_q * E | 2 | electric field |
181 | frequency | f = C * G | 0 | gravitational factor |
182 | frequency | f = M * H * B | 2 | magnetic field |
183 | frequency | f = M * i * B*k | 2 | electric current |
184 | frequency | f = a * rho_m | 0 | acceleration |
185 | frequency | f = M * A*H * B*delta | 1 | magnetic flux |
186 | frequency | f = A*f * delta | 2 | defines vorticity |
187 | frequency | f = F * n | 0 | force |
188 | frequency | f = sigma * c2 | 1 | radiation intensity |
189 | frequency | f = M * k*q * B*f | 1 | charge distribution |
190 | frequency | f = M * D * f*H | 2 | electromagnetic field |
191 | frequency | f = f2 * t | 4 | defines time derivative |
192 | frequency | f = c * k | 4 | defines rotation |
193 | frequency square | f2 = f * f | 4 | defines frequency square |
194 | frequency square | f2 = M * E * B*k | 2 | electromagnetic field |
195 | frequency square | f2 = G * rho_m | 1 | gravitational factor |
196 | frequency square | f2 = M * U * B*delta | 2 | electric potential |
197 | frequency square | f2 = delta * c2 | 4 | D'ALEMBERT 2. time derivat. |
198 | frequency square | f2 = n * f*F | 1 | force change |
199 | frequency square | f2 = M * H * B*f | 2 | magnetic field |
200 | frequency square | f2 = M * B * f*H | 1 | magnetic induction |
201 | frequency square | f2 = a * k | 3 | acceleration |
202 | gravitational factor | G = a * f | 0 | defines gravitational factor |
203 | gravitational factor | G = M * E * B*f | 0 | electromagnetic field |
204 | gravitational factor | G = M * f*H * f*H | 0 | magnetic field |
205 | gravitational factor | G = f2 * c | 0 | frequency square |
206 | length | r = sigma * F | 1 | conductivity |
207 | length | r = f * k*m | 0 | mass distribution |
208 | length | r = M * k*q * H | 1 | charge distribution |
209 | length | r = M * rho_q * A*H | 2 | defines electric inductance |
210 | length | r = M * q * B | 1 | electric charge |
211 | length | r = M * q*r * B*k | 2 | electric dipole moment |
212 | length | r = A*f * rho_m | 1 | circulation |
213 | length | r = a * eps*A | 2 | acceleration |
214 | length | r = M * i * D | 2 | electric current |
215 | length | r = p * delta | 3 | defines viscosity coeffic. |
216 | length | r = J * n | 0 | action |
217 | length | r = C * c2 | 3 | electric capacitance |
218 | length | r = epsilon * f*F | 0 | force change |
219 | length | r = t * c | 4 | defines wavelength |
220 | length | r = A * k | 2 | quantum area |
221 | linear density of electric charge | k*q = A * rho_q | 3 | charge density |
222 | linear density of electric charge | k*q = C * E | 3 | electric capacitance |
223 | linear density of electric charge | k*q = epsilon * U | 3 | electric potential |
224 | linear density of electric charge | k*q = sigma * A*H | 2 | conductivity |
225 | linear density of electric charge | k*q = k*m * B | 0 | mass distribution |
226 | linear density of electric charge | k*q = B*k * m | 0 | quantum mass |
227 | linear density of electric charge | k*q = i * rho_m | 1 | mass density |
228 | linear density of electric charge | k*q = r * D | 3 | planar charge density |
229 | linear density of electric charge | k*q = q*r * delta | 3 | electric dipole moment |
230 | linear density of electric charge | k*q = eps*A * f*H | 1 | optical area |
231 | linear density of electric charge | k*q = H * t | 1 | magnetic field |
232 | linear density of electric charge | k*q = q * k | 3 | defines linear charge density |
233 | linear density of mass | k*m = M * rho_q * q*r | 0 | electric dipole moment |
234 | linear density of mass | k*m = C * A*f | 0 | electric capacitance |
235 | linear density of mass | k*m = epsilon * F | 1 | force |
236 | linear density of mass | k*m = M * k*q * k*q | 0 | charge distribution |
237 | linear density of mass | k*m = A * rho_m | 3 | mass density |
238 | linear density of mass | k*m = sigma * p | 1 | conductivity |
239 | linear density of mass | k*m = M * q * D | 0 | electric charge |
240 | linear density of mass | k*m = r * t | 0 | quantum period |
241 | linear density of mass | k*m = eps*A * c | 0 | optical area |
242 | linear density of mass | k*m = m * k | 3 | defines linear mass density |
243 | magnetic dipole moment | mu~ = A * i | 4 | defines magn. dipole moment |
244 | magnetic dipole moment | mu~ = q * A*f | 4 | circulation |
245 | magnetic dipole moment | mu~ = F * k*q | 2 | force |
246 | magnetic dipole moment | mu~ = U * k*m | 1 | electric potential |
247 | magnetic dipole moment | mu~ = r * A*H | 3 | magnetic flux |
248 | magnetic dipole moment | mu~ = J * B | 2 | action |
249 | magnetic dipole moment | mu~ = E * m | 1 | quantum mass |
250 | magnetic dipole moment | mu~ = H * p | 2 | momentum |
251 | magnetic dipole moment | mu~ = W * D | 3 | energy |
252 | magnetic dipole moment | mu~ = A*E * t | 3 | electric flux |
253 | magnetic dipole moment | mu~ = q*r * c | 3 | electric dipole moment |
254 | magnetic field strength | H = sigma * U | 2 | conductivity |
255 | magnetic field strength | H = rho_q * A*f | 2 | circulation |
256 | magnetic field strength | H = f * k*q | 2 | charge distribution |
257 | magnetic field strength | H = r * B | 1 | defines magn. field strength |
258 | magnetic field strength | H = A * B*k | 1 | quantum area |
259 | magnetic field strength | H = E * rho_m | 0 | electric field |
260 | magnetic field strength | H = p * B*delta | 1 | momentum |
261 | magnetic field strength | H = A*H * delta | 4 | magnetic flux |
262 | magnetic field strength | H = mu~ * n | 3 | defines magnetization |
263 | magnetic field strength | H = k*m * B*f | 0 | mass distribution |
264 | magnetic field strength | H = f*H * t | 4 | magnetic field change |
265 | magnetic field strength | H = D * c | 3 | planar charge density |
266 | magnetic field strength | H = i * k | 4 | BIOT_SAVART magnetic field |
267 | magnetic flux | A*H = rho_q * W | 2 | energy |
268 | magnetic flux | A*H = q*r * f | 3 | electric dipole moment |
269 | magnetic flux | A*H = i * r | 3 | electric current |
270 | magnetic flux | A*H = A*f * k*q | 2 | circulation |
271 | magnetic flux | A*H = E * k*m | 1 | electric field |
272 | magnetic flux | A*H = A * H | 4 | defines magnetic flux |
273 | magnetic flux | A*H = J * B*k | 2 | action |
274 | magnetic flux | A*H = A*E * rho_m | 1 | electric flux |
275 | magnetic flux | A*H = B * p | 1 | magnetic induction |
276 | magnetic flux | A*H = F * D | 2 | force |
277 | magnetic flux | A*H = m * f*H | 1 | quantum mass |
278 | magnetic flux | A*H = U * t | 3 | electric potential |
279 | magnetic flux | A*H = q * c | 1 | electric charge |
280 | magnetic flux | A*H = mu~ * k | 3 | magnetic dipole moment |
281 | magnetic induction | B = sigma * E | 2 | OHM conductivity |
282 | magnetic induction | B = r * B*k | 3 | quantum dimension |
283 | magnetic induction | B = f * D | 4 | MAXWELL:displacement current |
284 | magnetic induction | B = A * B*delta | 3 | quantum area |
285 | magnetic induction | B = i * delta | 0 | defines current density j |
286 | magnetic induction | B = A*H * n | 1 | defines magnet. flux density |
287 | magnetic induction | B = rho_m * f*H | 0 | mass density |
288 | magnetic induction | B = B*f * t | 3 | quantum period |
289 | magnetic induction | B = rho_q * c | 1 | charge density |
290 | magnetic induction | B = H * k | 4 | AMPERE current density j |
291 | magnetic wave vector | B*k = rho_q * f | 2 | charge density |
292 | magnetic wave vector | B*k = r * B*delta | 2 | quantum dimension |
293 | magnetic wave vector | B*k = H * delta | 0 | magnetic field |
294 | magnetic wave vector | B*k = i * n | 1 | defines spatial current dens |
295 | magnetic wave vector | B*k = rho_m * B*f | 0 | mass density |
296 | magnetic wave vector | B*k = sigma * f*H | 2 | conductivity |
297 | magnetic wave vector | B*k = B * k | 3 | defines magnetic wave vector |
298 | mass | m = J * sigma | 1 | conductivity |
299 | mass | m = epsilon * W | 1 | dielectric factor |
300 | mass | m = C * F | 1 | electric capacitance |
301 | mass | m = M * q * k*q | 0 | electric charge |
302 | mass | m = r * k*m | 2 | quantum dimension |
303 | mass | m = rho_m * p | 1 | momentum |
304 | mass | m = A*f * eps*A | 1 | circulation |
305 | mass | m = M * q*r * D | 1 | electric dipole moment |
306 | mass | m = A * t | 0 | defines mass |
307 | mass density | rho_m = C * f | 1 | electric capacitance |
308 | mass density | rho_m = sigma * r | 1 | conductivity |
309 | mass density | rho_m = M * rho_q * k*q | 1 | charge density |
310 | mass density | rho_m = M * D * D | 1 | planar charge density |
311 | mass density | rho_m = k*m * delta | 3 | mass distribution |
312 | mass density | rho_m = m * n | 4 | defines mass density |
313 | mass density | rho_m = epsilon * c | 0 | defines refraction index |
314 | mass density | rho_m = t * k | 0 | quantum period |
315 | momentum | p = M * q * i | 3 | electric current |
316 | momentum | p = A * r | 0 | defines quantum volume |
317 | momentum | p = A*f * k*m | 2 | circulation |
318 | momentum | p = M * q*r * H | 3 | electric dipole moment |
319 | momentum | p = M * k*q * A*H | 2 | magnetic flux |
320 | momentum | p = W * rho_m | 1 | energy |
321 | momentum | p = M * mu~ * D | 2 | magnetic dipole moment |
322 | momentum | p = C * P | 1 | electric capacitance |
323 | momentum | p = eps*A * f*F | 1 | force change |
324 | momentum | p = F * t | 4 | force |
325 | momentum | p = m * c | 4 | defines momentum |
326 | momentum | p = J * k | 4 | DE BROGLIE: momentum |
327 | optical area | eps*A = A * epsilon | 2 | defines optical area |
328 | optical area | eps*A = C * r | 3 | electric capacitance |
329 | optical area | eps*A = sigma * m | 1 | conductivity |
330 | optical area | eps*A = k*m * rho_m | 1 | mass distribution |
331 | optical area | eps*A = t * t | 1 | defines time square |
332 | planar density of electric charge | D = sigma * i | 3 | conductivity |
333 | planar density of electric charge | D = epsilon * E | 4 | defines displacement current |
334 | planar density of electric charge | D = rho_q * r | 4 | charge density |
335 | planar density of electric charge | D = k*m * B*k | 1 | mass distribution |
336 | planar density of electric charge | D = H * rho_m | 1 | mass density |
337 | planar density of electric charge | D = m * B*delta | 1 | mass |
338 | planar density of electric charge | D = q * delta | 4 | defines planar charge dens. |
339 | planar density of electric charge | D = q*r * n | 4 | defines electr. polarization |
340 | planar density of electric charge | D = eps*A * B*f | 2 | optical area |
341 | planar density of electric charge | D = C * f*H | 2 | electric capacitance |
342 | planar density of electric charge | D = B * t | 1 | magnetic induction |
343 | planar density of electric charge | D = k*q * k | 3 | charge distribution |
344 | planar density of magnetic induction | B*delta = B * delta | 3 | defines planar induction density |
345 | planar density of magnetic induction | B*delta = H * n | 0 | magnetic field |
346 | planar density of magnetic induction | B*delta = sigma * B*f | 2 | conductivity |
347 | planar density of magnetic induction | B*delta = B*k * k | 3 | magnetic wave vector |
348 | power | P = M * i * U | 3 | defines electric power |
349 | power | P = A*f * A*f | 1 | circulation |
350 | power | P = W * f | 4 | defines power |
351 | power | P = J * f2 | 4 | action |
352 | power | P = M * A*E * H | 3 | electric flux |
353 | power | P = M * E * A*H | 3 | magnetic flux |
354 | power | P = a * p | 2 | momentum |
355 | power | P = A * c2 | 2 | radiation intensity |
356 | power | P = r * f*F | 2 | force change |
357 | power | P = M * mu~ * f*H | 2 | magnetic dipole moment |
358 | power | P = F * c | 4 | force |
359 | quantum Laplace-Operator | delta = sigma * f | 2 | conductivity |
360 | quantum Laplace-Operator | delta = epsilon * f2 | 4 | defines wave equation |
361 | quantum Laplace-Operator | delta = M * rho_q * B | 2 | charge density |
362 | quantum Laplace-Operator | delta = M * B*k * D | 2 | magnetic wave vector |
363 | quantum Laplace-Operator | delta = M * k*q * B*delta | 1 | charge distribution |
364 | quantum Laplace-Operator | delta = r * n | 3 | spatial density |
365 | quantum Laplace-Operator | delta = k * k | 4 | defines Laplace operator |
366 | spatial density | n = M * rho_q * B*k | 1 | charge density |
367 | spatial density | n = M * D * B*delta | 2 | planar charge dens. |
368 | spatial density | n = delta * k | 3 | defines spatial density |
369 | square velocity of light | c2 = A*f * f | 3 | circulation |
370 | square velocity of light | c2 = A * f2 | 3 | frequency square |
371 | square velocity of light | c2 = a * r | 3 | acceleration |
372 | square velocity of light | c2 = G * k*m | 1 | gravitational factor |
373 | square velocity of light | c2 = M * E * H | 3 | POYNTING radiation |
374 | square velocity of light | c2 = M * U * B | 2 | electric potential |
375 | square velocity of light | c2 = M * A*E * B*k | 2 | electric flux |
376 | square velocity of light | c2 = P * delta | 4 | defines radiation intensity |
377 | square velocity of light | c2 = M * A*H * B*f | 2 | magnetic flux |
378 | square velocity of light | c2 = M * i * f*H | 2 | electric current |
379 | square velocity of light | c2 = c * c | 4 | defines square velocity |
380 | square velocity of light | c2 = f*F * k | 2 | force change |
381 | temporal density of force | f*F = a * A | 2 | acceleration |
382 | temporal density of force | f*F = M * i * E | 2 | electric current |
383 | temporal density of force | f*F = F * f | 3 | defines force change |
384 | temporal density of force | f*F = M * U * H | 2 | electric potential |
385 | temporal density of force | f*F = M * A*E * B | 2 | electric flux |
386 | temporal density of force | f*F = G * m | 3 | gravitational factor |
387 | temporal density of force | f*F = f2 * p | 4 | momentum |
388 | temporal density of force | f*F = r * c2 | 3 | quantum dimension |
389 | temporal density of force | f*F = M * mu~ * B*f | 2 | magnetic dipole moment |
390 | temporal density of force | f*F = M * A*H * f*H | 2 | magnetic flux |
391 | temporal density of force | f*F = A*f * c | 0 | circulation |
392 | temporal density of force | f*F = P * k | 3 | power |
393 | temporal density of magnetic induction | B*f = a * rho_q | 1 | acceleration |
394 | temporal density of magnetic induction | B*f = f * B | 4 | defines induction change |
395 | temporal density of magnetic induction | B*f = f2 * D | 2 | planar charge density |
396 | temporal density of magnetic induction | B*f = A*f * B*delta | 3 | circulation |
397 | temporal density of magnetic induction | B*f = E * delta | 3 | FARADAY magnetic induction |
398 | temporal density of magnetic induction | B*f = U * n | 1 | electric potential |
399 | temporal density of magnetic induction | B*f = B*k * c | 3 | velocity of light |
400 | temporal density of magnetic induction | B*f = f*H * k | 1 | wave vector |
401 | temporal magnetic field density | f*H = f2 * k*q | 3 | charge distribution |
402 | temporal magnetic field density | f*H = f * H | 3 | defines magnet. field change |
403 | temporal magnetic field density | f*H = A*f * B*k | 2 | circulation |
404 | temporal magnetic field density | f*H = a * D | 3 | acceleration |
405 | temporal magnetic field density | f*H = F * B*delta | 1 | force |
406 | temporal magnetic field density | f*H = U * delta | 3 | electric potential |
407 | temporal magnetic field density | f*H = A*E * n | 3 | electric flux |
408 | temporal magnetic field density | f*H = rho_q * c2 | 3 | charge density |
409 | temporal magnetic field density | f*H = r * B*f | 0 | quantum dimension |
410 | temporal magnetic field density | f*H = B * c | 0 | velocity of light |
411 | temporal magnetic field density | f*H = E * k | 3 | FARADAY magnetic field H |
412 | time | t = M * q * rho_q | 0 | electric charge |
413 | time | t = A * sigma | 1 | conductivity |
414 | time | t = epsilon * A*f | 2 | circulation |
415 | time | t = r * rho_m | 0 | mass density |
416 | time | t = f * eps*A | 2 | optical area |
417 | time | t = M * k*q * D | 0 | charge distribution |
418 | time | t = m * delta | 0 | quantum mass |
419 | time | t = C * c | 0 | electric capacitance |
420 | time | t = k*m * k | 1 | mass distribution |
421 | universal unity | 1 = a * C | 0 | capacitance/acceleration |
422 | universal unity | 1 = M * rho_q * i | 0 | current/charge density |
423 | universal unity | 1 = sigma * A*f | 0 | defines electr. conductivity |
424 | universal unity | 1 = M * k*q * B | 0 | induction/charge distribut. |
425 | universal unity | 1 = M * q * B*k | 0 | magn. wave vector/charge |
426 | universal unity | 1 = f2 * eps*A | 0 | optical area/freq. square |
427 | universal unity | 1 = M * H * D | 0 | displacement/magnetic field |
428 | universal unity | 1 = M * q*r * B*delta | 0 | laplac. of ind./el.dip.mom. |
429 | universal unity | 1 = A * delta | 0 | laplacian/quantum area |
430 | universal unity | 1 = p * n | 0 | defines quantum volume |
431 | universal unity | 1 = epsilon * c2 | 0 | defines dielectric factor |
432 | universal unity | 1 = f * t | 4 | defines frequency |
433 | universal unity | 1 = rho_m * c | 0 | defines reciprocal velocity |
434 | universal unity | 1 = r * k | 4 | defines wave vector |
435 | velocity of light | c = M * rho_q * U | 1 | electric potential |
436 | velocity of light | c = f * r | 4 | defines velocity |
437 | velocity of light | c = f2 * k*m | 1 | mass distribution |
438 | velocity of light | c = M * H * H | 3 | defines magn. energy density |
439 | velocity of light | c = M * i * B | 2 | electric current |
440 | velocity of light | c = M * A*H * B*k | 2 | magnetic flux |
441 | velocity of light | c = G * eps*A | 0 | gravitational factor |
442 | velocity of light | c = M * E * D | 3 | defines elec. energy density |
443 | velocity of light | c = M * mu~ * B*delta | 2 | magnetic dipole moment |
444 | velocity of light | c = F * delta | 3 | defines pressure |
445 | velocity of light | c = W * n | 3 | defines energy density |
446 | velocity of light | c = rho_m * c2 | 1 | mass density |
447 | velocity of light | c = sigma * f*F | 1 | conductivity |
448 | velocity of light | c = M * q * B*f | 1 | electric charge |
449 | velocity of light | c = M * k*q * f*H | 1 | charge distribution |
450 | velocity of light | c = a * t | 4 | acceleration |
451 | velocity of light | c = A*f * k | 3 | circulation |
452 | wave vector | k = a * epsilon | 1 | acceleration |
453 | wave vector | k = C * f2 | 1 | electric capacitance |
454 | wave vector | k = M * rho_q * H | 1 | charge density |
455 | wave vector | k = M * k*q * B*k | 1 | magnetic wave vector |
456 | wave vector | k = f * rho_m | 0 | mass density |
457 | wave vector | k = M * B * D | 1 | electromagnet. field |
458 | wave vector | k = M * q * B*delta | 1 | electric charge |
459 | wave vector | k = r * delta | 3 | quantum dimension |
460 | wave vector | k = A * n | 3 | quantum area |
461 | wave vector | k = sigma * c | 1 | conductivity |
Folker Meissner
Christian Humburg
Martina Schoener