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I've been doing some research on the internet about Max Planck and his Achievements. One of them being planck's constant (6.64 x 10^{-34})... but there is nowhere on the internet that actually tells me what that numbe actually represents? Sure, there are a whole heap of formula which are associated with "h" but when I find the gradient of frequency vs K_{max}what exactly am I looking at?

Thanks

*also, could I ask whoever is explaining this to keep the complex terminology to a minimum. I've just started learning about Quantum Physics and I'm not familiar with all the lingo just yet ;)*

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# Planck's Constant, what does it mean?

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