(h/4)/3.665236x10^7=4.51954x10^-42. Divide this by h/c, multiply by 4 and you get 8.17934937, see last post. (c^2/G^2)= 2.0192935x10^37kg, therefore, c/G is the associate mass which owns an opposite mass equal to h/4. We know this because their respective Schwarzschild Diameter/Compton wavelengths are equal to 4/ c. So h/4, as a mass, is a proton monitor some 1.009721668x10^7 times smaller than the proton mass. Extrapolating from this we find that the Gm product of the proton's opposite number and therefore associate mass is 29.6906036. So, the proton analogue to the above master mass is (29.6906036c)/G^2, which further extrapolates to a Sun like mass of 1.9998517x10^30kg. The Gm product of the mass c/G is self evidently c.
The h/4 monitor has a parallel at the proton level and this parallel is determined by the constant 3.62994678, see last post. This constant proportionalises the proton mass into planck terms, ie. the differential 1.009721668x10^7 multiplied by 3.62994678 is equal to the reciprocal of the Planck mass, 3.665236x10^7, which then operates as a differential. The h/4 monitor multiplied by 3.665236x10^7 is equal to 6.0715326x10^-27kg which is 3.62994678 times larger than the proton. Therefore, 1.0882306x10^9, see last post, is equal to 29.6906036x3.665236x10^7 and, also, 3.62994678c. The World of proton monitor opposites, master masses, associate masses and the c/G &h/4 fixtures weaves an intricate web throughout the numerical structure of mass, time and space. There is no numerical structure without G or the Planck units, no Planck units without G, no G without Planck units. They are all inseparable in their web.
For instance, the modified proton monitor, 6.0715326x10^-27, has its own master mass, 5.5093589x10^29kg. This system must have its own associate mass and that mass has a Gm product of 8.179349 the analogue to 29.6906036.