**Planck constant - Wikipedia**
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The Planck constant, or Planck's constant, is a fundamental physical constant denoted h {\displaystyle h}, and is of fundamental importance in quantum mechanics. A photon's energy is equal to its frequency multiplied by the Planck constant. Due to mass–energy equivalence, the Planck constant also relates mass to frequency. In metrology it is used, togeth… Common symbols: h, {\displaystyle h}, , or, ℏ, {\displaystyle \hbar }, for the reduced Planck constant Dimension: M, L, 2, T, −, 1, {\displaystyle {\mathsf {M}}{\mathsf {L}}^{2}{\mathsf {T}}^{-1}}

The** Planck constant,** or** Planck's constant, is a fundamental physical constant denoted h {\displaystyle h}, and is of fundamental importance in quantum mechanics.** A photon's energy is equal to its frequency multiplied by the Planck constant. Due to mass–energy equivalence, the Planck constant also relates mass to frequency. In metrology it is used, togeth…

**Common symbols:** h, {\displaystyle h}, , or, ℏ, {\displaystyle \hbar }, for the reduced Planck constant

**Dimension:** M, L, 2, T, −, 1, {\displaystyle {\mathsf {M}}{\mathsf {L}}^{2}{\mathsf {T}}^{-1}}

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