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Why are the two "h" variables different in the wavelength=hp formula and the Heisenberg equation. In the wavelength equation, I saw on the homework it's plancks constant but for the uncertainty equation it's 1.054e-34. Where does that number come from and why are the two h variables different?
The h in the heisenberg equation actually has a slash through the h, which symbolizes h/2π. This means that the "h" variable, the planck constant, 6.63 x 10^-34 Js is the same in both the wavelength = hp and heisenberg equation.
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