OK thanks, m(r1) is taken outside the bracket in Eq. (22) to give gamma = (m(r1)) power minus half A, where A is (1 – (v1/c) squared / m(r1)) power minus half, then take the limit v1 << c. So Eq. (33) should be m(r1) power half. I will rewrite the note and post a final version with all consequential typo’s corrected. The aim is to get to the point at which the effect of m(r) on fine structure can be computed. It should be possible to compute the Lamb shift using this method.

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