The Planck constant, also known as the quantum of action, is a physical constant that plays an important role in quantum mechanics. It was first introduced by German physicist Max Planck in 1900 and is named after him. The value of the Planck constant is 6.62607015 x 10-34 m2 kg/s and it has been measured… Read More

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Max Planck’s discovery of the frequency of electromagnetic radiation, now known as the Planck Frequency, revolutionized physics and paved the way for modern quantum mechanics. The concept is based on a simple equation that states that energy (E) is equal to an oscillation frequency (f), multiplied by a constant called Plancks Constant (h). This formula… Read More

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