# Planck's constant and the matter constituents

redtree
What is the relationship between Planck's constant and the energy of fermions (matter constituents) at rest?

## Answers and Replies

FunkyDwarf
i did write something then realized it was hideously wrong because you asked for rest energy :P

lbrits
$$E = \hbar \omega$$ where $$\omega = \frac{1}{\hbar} \sqrt{0^2 c^2+ m^2 c^4}$$, no?

Count Iblis
What is the relationship between Planck's constant and the energy of fermions (matter constituents) at rest?

Planck's constant is merely a conversion factor, http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/0208093" [Broken].

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