Advanced Higher Physics Project - Planck's Constant

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Reece1111
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plumcatwhat experiments did you do ?i have 2 out of the 3 experiments for my project and struggling to find a 3rd. The 2 I have are
•Planck’s constant by electron diffraction
•Planck’s constant by stopping potential
The 3rd option I had was Planck’s constant by tungsten filament but it can’t be done at both my school or the university.
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(Original post by Reece1111)
plumcatwhat experiments did you do ?i have 2 out of the 3 experiments for my project and struggling to find a 3rd. The 2 I have are
•Planck’s constant by electron diffraction
•Planck’s constant by stopping potential
The 3rd option I had was Planck’s constant by tungsten filament but it can’t be done at both my school or the university.
There’s planks constant by finding the forward voltage and planks constant by tangent method I did them for my higher assignment but they both yield bad results
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(Original post by Reece1111)
plumcatwhat experiments did you do ?i have 2 out of the 3 experiments for my project and struggling to find a 3rd. The 2 I have are
•Planck’s constant by electron diffraction
•Planck’s constant by stopping potential
The 3rd option I had was Planck’s constant by tungsten filament but it can’t be done at both my school or the university.
Have made this into a new thread for you, as the other one was super old!
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