Planck, Max

Planck, Max

The father of quantum physics. Planck made a complete theoretical deduction of his formula renouncing classical physics and introducing the quanta of energy. The theory was initially met with resistance, but due to the successful work of Niels Bohr in calculating positions of spectral lines, it became generally accepted. Planck's constant is the fundamental constant of nature arising in quantum mechanical problems.

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