Electric charge and mass
In 'ETT formulas' the definitions are given of timecharge, timemass, timefield strength
and other new timerhythmbased physical quantities.
 Timecharge TQ is the product of timerhythm and distance: TQ = TR.r
 Timemass TM the integral of the relative timerhythm over a distance: TM = integral TR.dr
 Timefieldstrength FSr is the fractional timerhythm difference per unit of distance: FS = dTR/dr
Next, in 'ETT formulas' the constants are derived that connect the newly introduced physical quantities with the known physical quantities such as electric charge, mass electric fieldstrength and gravitational field strength.
For the purpose of understanding timerhythm, it is noted that timerhythm can be measured in Volts. The timerhythm difference within a zparticle or a t particle (at their centers time stands still) is close to one beat per second, which can be expressed as ~ 2.10^23 Volt.
There is no fundamental difference between electric charge and mass as both are expressions of timerhythm differences over distances.
The practical difference is that electric charge expresses large timethythm differences on short distances where mass expresses small timerhythm differences on large distances.
