I was wondering if the speed of light (c) can be derived from Planck's constant (h) or the opposite way.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I know that they are both fundamental constants, but I'm sure they are connected somehow.

Saying it on a different way: if Planck's constant would be different, would the speed of light change?

Which would be the way on how to proceed for a hypothetical proof?

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# Speed of light derived from Planck constant?

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