### Derivation of Natural Constants with a New Formula: Part II

#### Abstract

In this series of articles, the theory of a new formula is presented with which it is possible to derive fundamental constants of nature. This theory is a further development of Max Planck's approach to the quantized values. It elegantly combines different phenomena of the microcosm and macrocosm in a plausible explanation. With the new formula the following fundamental constants and significant physical parameters were derived: speed of light, elementary charge, electron mass, gravitational constant, fine structure constant, acceleration of gravity, classical electron radius, proton mass, quantized mass and several modified Planck-units. No original Planck units and their numerical values were used in this article. However, in honor of Max Planck, I have named after him the new quantized sizes. The Planck mass, the Planck length, etc. should therefore not to be confused with the original Planck units.

Part II contains the following: 3. Derivation of Natural Constants.