 # Value Of Planck's Constant

## What is Planck’s Constant?

In the quantum of electromagnetism, Planck’s constant is the physical constant that relates the energy carried by a single photon to its corresponding frequency. Represented by h and measure using J.s in SI system and eV.s in the MKS system. The value of Planck’s constant has got prime importance in quantum mechanics. Therefore, Planck’s constant can be defined as,

A fundamental constant, equal to the energy of a quantum of electromagnetic radiation divided by its frequency.

## What is the value of Planck’s constant?

The values of Planck’s Constant or value of h is experimentally validated. The value of h is given below:

 Value of h In SI units h = 6.6260715×10-34 J.s Value of h In Meter-Kilogram-Second(MKS) units h = 4.135667662×10-15 eV.s Value of h in terms of Ep.tp 2 pi

### Application of Planck’s Constant

The value of Planck constant is used in various applications including Planck’s equation. For example, the energy associated with a photon is given by the product of Planck constant(h) and its frequency.

Plank Constant is the inseparable part of some of the revolutionary formulas. The list below gives a brief insight into it:

• In Black body radiation, the spectral radiance of a body is given by:
 $B_{\nu }\left ( \nu ,T \right )=\frac{2h\nu ^{3}}{c^{2}}\frac{1}{e^{\frac{h\nu }{k_{B}T}}-1}$
• In the photoelectric effect, the famous Planck Einstein relation is given by:
 $E=hf$
• In atomic structure, Energy of nth orbit is given by:
 $E_{n}=-\frac{hc_{0}R_{\infty }}{n^{2}}$
• In uncertainty principle, the relation between position and momentum is given by:
 $\Delta x\Delta p\geq \frac{\left ( \frac{h}{2\pi } \right )}{2}$
 $\lambda =\frac{h}{p}$

Hope you got to know the value of Planck’s constant or value of h along with the its formula, units, and its significance and applications in various part of physics.

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