Can you provide info on this :

QM assigns all sorts of characteristics to the quantum particles slash waves, and electromagnetic behaviour has certain characteristics.

Ok, but what are the basic experimentally observed data to conclude this that and the other ?

So what was the barebone input coming out of observational experiments that lead to the formulation of the characteristics of the particles slash waves ?

Links perhaps ? (Not on the theory but on the above)

I understand the uncertainty principle, the ambivalent measurement issue.

It is more on to this :

'An electon mass is this much eV, charge is , and spin is… '

What are the input data for this ?

I am interpreting these 3 parameters in therms of what they mean in a gravity model i work on,

And therefore i would like to see if i could also derive the same , starting from the barebone data of input.