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## Fundamental constants

c = 2.9979E8; %[m/s] Speed of light mu0 = 4*pi*1E-7; %[V*s/(A*m)] Permeability eps0 = 8.8542E-12; %[A*s/(V*m)] Permittivity G = 6.672E11; %[N*m2/kg2] Gravitation constant me = 9.109E-31; %[kg] Electron rest mass mp = 1.673E-27; %[kg] Proton rest mass e = 1.602E-19; %[C] Elementary charge k = 1.381E-23; %[J/K] Boltzmann constant h = 6.626E-34; %[J*s] Planck’s constant Me = 5.98E24; %[kg] Earth’s mass Re = 6.37E6; %[m] Earth’s radius Ms = 1.989E30; %[kg] Solar mass Rs = 6.966E8; %[m] Solar radius Md = 8E15; %[T*m3] Earth’s magnetic dipole moment R = 1.985E-3; %[kcal/(mole*K)]Gas constant