Planck's constant, h. The limit goes to zero? (1 Viewer)

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Why does it work out classically that the limit of h goes to zero? I'm reading a paper that says in QM, this is different. It's also talking about Bohr. Any ideas?
Thanks Bob. I'm not sure why this paper says that.

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