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h.C/wavelength

So, in Planck units, the energy of the plank mass could be written

h-bar.C/Lp

h-bar is in units of m^2 S ^-1 and C is in m s^-1

In plank units h-bar=Lp^2 Tp^-1 and C=Lp/Tp

So h-bar.c/Lp=Lp^2. T^-1.Lp.T^-1.Lp^-1 = C^2

Giving energy for plank mass = C^2 and mass = 1

Where did Henisenberg’s constant go? How can it be lost by selecting a different form of notation?

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