Their subsequent adjustment in their new measurements both increased their value of

Planck's constant and reduced the uncertainty in their measurement.

The watt balance and atom-counting techniques now give nearly identical values of

Planck's constant, with an uncertainty of less than 20 parts in a billion, says metrologist Ian Robinson of the National Physical Laboratory in Teddington, England.

is

Planck's constant, and H is the Hubble constant.

But then, we are not working with

Planck's constant.

In addition, Werner Heisenberg (a collaborator of Bohr) proposed his now-famous uncertainty principle, which stated that

Planck's constant is used to define the ultimate limit of the accuracy of measurements of subatomic particles.

This is the basic definition of

Planck's constant h in terms of the Lame spacetime constants and the Burgers spacetime dislocation constant [b.

In each such allowed orbit the electron possessed an angular momentum equal to a multiple of

Planck's constant divided by 2 pi.

The electrons that surround the nucleus of an atom can only occupy certain discrete states--those states being defined by

Planck's constant, h.

In the preceding equation, h is

Planck's constant and c, the speed of light.

Since

Planck's constant is exceedingly small, energy has a very fine grain indeed, and it is not noticeable in most circumstances, so that the laws of thermodynamics could be deduced as though energy were a continuous fluid without grain.

It should be observed that if we examine this question from a quantum mechanical perspective we are inevitably struck by the fact that the role of

Planck's constant in gravitational wave phenomena has always been taken for granted without questions regarding the possible limits of its applicability being asked, which is somewhat perplexing since no purely gravitational measurement of

Planck's constant exists.

Because we measure resistance and voltage based on fundamental constants - electron charge and

Planck's constant - being able to measure current would also allow us to confirm the universality of these constants on which many precise measurements rely.