# What are the units for planks constant?

Planck's Constant units are energy-seconds.

Planck's Constant is the product of two fundamental Quantum constants, W and C. W is the magnetic charge of "free space" and C is the electric charge of "free space". The value of W= 500 atto Webers and C= 4/3 atto Coulombs. The "free space" impedance z is the ratio of the two quantum constants z=W/C = 375 Ohms.

### How do you make planks into sticks on minecraft?

Place Wooden Planks in the following configuration. EEE EWE EWE Where E is an empty space. Two units of wooden planks creates 4 sticks.

### Is gas constant equal to planks constant?

No, gas constant is having a value of 8.314Jk-1mol-1 Whereas plancks constant has a value of 6.6*10-31

### If the ideal gas constant has a value of 0.0821 what are ts units?

The units for the gas constant of 0.0821 are liter-atmospheres/mole-Kelvin

### What is the importance of your choice of units in expressing the value of the ideal gas law constant?

If any other units are used, the value will be different. --Depending on the units you chose the value of the constant differs

### What is the dimensional formula of Rydburg's constant?

The units for Rydberg's constant are [L-1].

### What is the lowest light energy in the electromagnetic spectrum?

answer: The wavelength of light is measured in full integers of Planks constant so by definition, the least energy a photon can Carrie is define by Plank's constant and is referred to has the Planck energy.

### How is energy related to frequency?

E=hv where v is suppose to be the greek letter (nu) which stands for frequency. h is planks constant. E is energy.

### What is the gas constant in US units for carbon dioxide?

1,130 Imperial Units (ft lb/slug oR)

### How many degrees does one inch equal?

There is no constant relationship between units of length and units of angle.

### What if the value of planck's constant is increased to 1?

The value of Planck's constant depends on the system of units that are being used. The SI units are designed mainly for everyday measurements, where energies are usually of the order of kilojoules and a small period of time is a minute or second. However, the Planck's constant applies events at a subatomic scale so that these "normal" measurement units are not inappropriate. So the question changes in which units would the Plank's constant become… Read More

### Difference between a constant and a coefficient?

Ya mum Constant are numbers which has no units (EG: PYE which is 22/7) . They are just numbers. Where as coefficients have units. . where as Coefficient like alpha the thermal coefficient has units .It is so many mm/meter/ deg C

### How do you graph a constant?

The graph of y = c, a constant will be a straight line parallel to the x-axis and c units from it..

### A wave with large amount of energy has a large?

The greater the frequency the greater the energy. related by the equation: E=hf. E is the energy, h is a constant called planks constant and has a value of 6.626068 × 10-34 m2 kg / s f is the frequency.

### How many degrees does one one thousandth of an inch equal?

There is no constant relationship between units of length and units of angle.

### How are wavelength and energy related?

Energy is inversely proportional to wavelength. E=(hc)/L, Where, E=Energy, L=Wavelength, h=Planks constant, c=Speed of light.

### What is the energy of a photon having a wavelength of 2.03 10-8 m?

it can be calculated by formula e= hc/wavelength, where h is planks constant. C is velocity of light

### Is it right that planks constant has dimension of force?

No. It has dimensions of an action - a concept that is not usually mentioned in introductory (high school) physics books. The dimensions of action are energy multiplied by time.

### What are the assumptions of Cost-volume-profit analysis?

1.Selling price is constant. 2.Costs are linear and can be accurately divided into variable (constant per unit) and fixed (constant in total) elements. 3.In multiproduct companies, the sales mix is constant. 4.In manufacturing companies, inventories do not change (units produced = units sold)

### What are the units of force constant?

Force constant is the force per unit length. Its unit can be expressed in dyne/cm or in N/m.

### Is the mass of an object different if it is measured in us units and metric units?

The mass of an object is a constant. The units you use to measure it will not change that mass. The numbers will be different, but they would convert directly between the two units.

### What is the real name for Minecraft wooden planks?

The real name for minecraft wooden planks is Wood Planks but if you were to add what type that would be at the front ex. Oak Wood Planks...

### How big are wormholes?

100km in radius Wormholes can only exist with radii that correspond to the harmonic frequencies of hv/2pi: where h is planks constant, v is the permeability of free space and pi is 3.14159...

### How do you divide wooden planks on Minecraft?

Craft your wood into wooden planks, then simply right click your wooden planks.

### What can you get from hooke's law?

Mathematically, Hooke's law states that: F = -kx, Where, x is the displacement of the end of the spring from its equilibrium position (in SI units: "m"); F is the restoring force exerted by the material (in SI units: "N" or kgms-2); and k is the force constant (or spring constant) (in SI units: "N·m-1" or "kgs-2").

### What is unifrom motion regular motion?

motion is always measured in meters > uniform - constant - unchanging constant speed (SI units - metres per second)

### If the intensity of light c the constant of gravitation g and the Planck's constant is represented as h is chosen as fundamental unit. Find the dimensions of mass length and time in terms of cg and s?

You can find the dimensions of derived units in the Wikipedia article on "Planck units".

### What are the dimensions and units of gravitational constant G?

The dimensions are [L^3M^(-1)T^(-2)] and the units are m^3 kg^(-1) s^(-2).

### Why does constant Kc in chemical equilibrium has no units?

Kc is the equilibrium constant and is the ratio of the activity of the reactants (numerator) to the activity of the product (denominator). The activity of each component is raised to the power of its corresponding chemical stoichiometric coefficient. Since the activity of each chemical is unitless, the equilibrium constant will also have no units. Example: For equilibrium of chemicals in the gas phase, each activity will be measured by its partial pressure (units of… Read More

### Why do you measure using standard units instead of measuring with any kind of units?

Standard units are more commonly used than non standard units. Also, many of the conversion factors, such as the Universal Gravitational Constant or the Speed of Light, are in standard units and, if your measurements were not in appropriate units, you would need to convert.

### How do the electric and magnetic field of an electromagnetic wave regenerate each other?

The Law of Electromagnetism is a Planks Constant; just like the Law of Gravitation. Electric waves always generate magnetic waves and vice versa.

### The value of the gas constant is?

The gas constant, or R, is approximately 8.31 J mol-1 K-1 (there other units for it but this one seems to be the most common)

### What is the universal constant for gravity?

Gravity is proportional to the product of the masses, and inversely proportional to the square of the distance. The gravity constant is simply the proportionality constant. If you're calculating with all SI units, then the universal gravitational constant is 6.67 x 10-11newton-meter2/kilogram2

### How do you make planks sticks on Minecraft?

In the crafting table put the planks in this order:X=Blank spot Y= Wooden planks XXX XYX XYX

### How far in meters does a person travel in coming to a complete stop in 36 at a constant acceleration of 60?

The answer will depend on the measurement units used for 36 (time?) and the units for acceleration.

### Why do constant constants have units?

Constants in the sense you mean are different to mathematical constants. They usually refer to a system in which two values are proportionate and so are of the units associated with the system.

### What are cooking planks?

Cooking planks usually refer to planks of untreated wood used in the oven as opposed to grilling planks that...as you'd expect you use on the grill or barb-be-que. Cooking planks and grilling planks are, in some quarters seen as the same term see www.superiorplanks. com, but I believe that cooking planks are generally thicker and used exclusively in the oven. Cooking planks can, depending on species, be used many more times than grilling planks....have used… Read More