# Unification Constant

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Unification Constant is a recently discovered fundamental physical constant.

The equation to calculate this constant is:

G_{m}=g/D

where G_{m} is the unification constant, g is the free-fall acceleration (e.g. gravitational acceleration), D is the strength of massfield.

The strength of massfield of an object is the ratio of its mass to the area of its spherical massfield. The equation is:

D=M/4πr^{2}

The discovery of unification constant was made based on the theory that matter has two fundamental properties: mass and massfield. In other word, matter is the unity of mass and massfield. Massfield is a spherical field surrounding its mass body sharing the same center of mass。

Reference

What is Unification Constant? In Chinease by Hai-Fei Ma at http://blog.sina.com.cn/s/blog_63a266370102vgnp.html.