Planck's Constant: Formula & Application


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What is Planck's constant?

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1. What was Planck studying when he first proposed that light is quantized?

2. In what year did Max Planck get recognized for his discovery of Planck's constant?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Be aware that on this quiz/worksheet, you'll be asked about topics like Planck's studies, Planck's recognition, and the value of Planck's constant.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

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  • What Planck's constant is
  • Planck's study when proposing light is quantized
  • The year Planck was recognized for his discovery
  • Planck's constant's value
  • How to calculate the amount of energy in light

Skills Practiced

  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about Max Planck's work
  • Problem solving - use your knowledge of Planck's constant to solve for energy in a sample problem
  • Making connections - use understanding of the concept of the value of Planck's constant

Additional Learning

With our related lesson named Planck's Constant: Formula & Application, you're going to be able to learn even more about Planck's constant. More precisely, this lesson will cover:

  • The equation of Planck's constant
  • Applications of Planck's constant
  • An example of Planck's constant