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Time And Planck's Constant For A Photon

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on April 6, 2002 21:07:29 UTC


A photon has a definite frequency and by your definition qualifies as a measurement of time.

Planck's constant is the constant of proportionality between a photon's frequency and its energy.

So given this I am having difficulty understanding the following quote from your post above.

***Planck's constant apparently represents the jump from one view of a set of permutations and combinations, to another view where the alternatives have changed due to the constraints imposed by the new view.***

It seems to me that Planck's constant is just the proportionality between time and energy, at least as far as photons are concerned.


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