Donald William Chakeres

Department of Radiology, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, USA.

Richard Vento

Columbus State Community College, Columbus, Ohio, USA.

Abstract

To accurately derive *H*_{0} from subatomic constants in abscence of any standard astronomy data. Methods: Recent astronomical data have determined a value of Hubble’s constant to range from 76.9^{+3.9}_{-3.4}^{+10.0}_{–}_{8.0} to 67.80 ± 0.77 (km/s)/Mpc. An innovative prediction of *H*_{0} is obtained from harmonic properties of the frequency equivalents of neutron, *n*^{0}, in conjunction with the electron, e; the Bohr radius, *α*_{0}; and the Rydberg constant, *R*. These represent integer natural unit sets. The neutron is converted from its frequency equivalent to a dimensionless constant,, where “h” = Planck’s constant, and “s” is measured in seconds. The fundamental frequency, *V _{f}*, is the first integer series set . All other atomic data are scaled to

*V*as elements in a large, but a countable point set. The present value of

_{f}*H*

_{0}is derived and Ω

*assumed to be 0. An accurate derivation of*

_{M}*H*

_{0}is made using a unified power law. The integer set of the first twelve integers

*N*

_{12}{1,2,…,11,12}, and their harmonic fractions exponents of

*V*represent the first generation of bosons and particles. Thepartial harmonic fraction, -3/4, is exponent of

_{f}*V*which represents

_{f}*H*

_{0}. The partial fraction 3/4 is associated with a component of neutron beta decay kinetic energy. Results:

*H*

_{0}is predicted utilizing a previously published line used to derive Planck time,

*t*. The power law line of the experimental

_{p}*H*

_{0}and

*t*conforms to the predicted line. Conclusions:

_{p}*H*

_{0}can be predicted from subatomic data related to the neutron and hydrogen.

Keywords

Hubble Constant, Neutron, Unification Model, Planck Time, Quantum Gravity, Neutron Beta Decay, Neutrino

Citation

Chakeres, D.W. and Vento, R. (2015) Prediction and Derivation of the Hubble Constant from Sub- atomic Data Utilizing the Harmonic Neutron Hypothesis. Journal of Modern Physics, 6, 283-302. http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/jmp.2015.63033