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To try to support the approach of using classical mechanics with general relativity and quantum physics, I complete with this :

For acceleration noted

, the dimension analysis tells us that it is of dimension

** L/T^-2**
In classical mechanics, the gravitational acceleration is

and has the same dimension than

.

Always with

for Planck, we can construct an acceleration of Planck :

Now if we multiply

by the

surface density of Planck (dimension =

**M/L^2**, 1 unit of mass per 1 unit of surface) we have naturally :

, i.e. exactly volume density of energy of the quantum vacuum

In cosmology, I haven't found an equivalent to

but we can but we can calculate

with :

instead of

and

instead of

Now it suffices to remember that, in order to have a volume density of energy, it is necessary to multiply an acceleration by the surface density,

i.e. to multiply by 1 unit of mass and to divide by 1 unit of area, and we have:

i.e. volume density of energy of the vacuum of the cosmological constant with a difference of 1.1%