__Further it may be noted
that the New Concept does not conflict in any way with Max Planck’s or
Einstein’s theories but rather accommodates them. __

In 1900, Max Planck developed a
formula (his analysis led to a curve see __Fig. 27__) for blackbody
radiation i.e.__ E___{n} = nhf where
__n____ is a positive integer called a __**quantum number
**and__ f__* is* the** frequency **of vibration of the
molecules. The __factor __**h** is a constant, known as the** Planck’s
Constant,** given by- __h = 6.626 x 10 __^{-34 } J.
s [ see C.P. Page 915]. So looking at this
__formula,__ we see that the __New Concept __leaves
__n,__ the positive integer, unaffected. __Frequency ‘f ‘
____is the number of cycles or vibrations per unit time.__

From above it is observed that
the unit of time being used here is a second. So according to
the New Concept, __Frequency __would be- __‘ f ‘____
is the number of cycles or vibrations per__** Portion.** [See 44 & 45].
Also in 6.626 x 10^{ - 34 }j. s we see
that 6.626 x 10^{ -34 }remains unaffected by the
New Concept; so we are now left with j. s, here again, ’s’ becomes ‘ P’
and finally we are left with j (Joule) which is a unit of Work in the SI
System . A Joule, i.e. j = N. m, is a Newton - meter. A Newton is defined
as __1N = 1kg.m/s__^{ 2 }[see page 80 a
(4.3) Page 110 C.P.). Therefore j. s = Newton meter .s = 1kg.m/s^{ 2.}m
s = 1kg m^{2 }/s , which, according to the New Concept would be __1kg
(1 ____¸ 463.831)__^{
}Chm^{2}/P. As such, Planck’s constant according to the
__New__^{ }Concept, would read as –

__ h = 6.626 x 10__^{ -34} 1kg ( 1 __x 463.831 Chm)__^{ 2
}__/P__^{
}

^{}

__Note: - (18) __The
__Speed of Light in Vacuum__ is c » 3.00 x 10^{ 8} m/
s [see Physical Constants C. P.]. As per __New Concept
__it would be __c ____» [ 3.00 ____¸ 463.831 ] x 10 __^{8}
Chm/P

__Einstein
____ modified and __**reinterpreted the work of Planck **to show
that **the Energy of a photon is proportional to the frequency of the
electromagnetic wave** i. e.__ Energy__ of a photon is
given by

**E
= h f. **

#### Energy is
the ability or capacity to do work. And Work = Force x Distance, also Force =
Mass x Acceleration. Acceleration is the rate of change of velocity.