: a physical constant of wide application and frequent occurrence in physical formulas the speed of light, c, the electronic charge, e, and the Planck constant, h, are universal constants.
What is the universal constant value?
|Symbol||Nature of Value|
|Universal Gravitational Constant||G||Constant at any point in this universe. G = 6.67408×10–11Nm2/kg2|
Why is G a universal constant?
Solution : The value of G does not depend on the nature and size of the bodies. It also does not depend on the nature of the medium between the two bodies. That is why G is called universal gravitational constant.
What are the 4 universal constants?
An international task force of metrologists has updated the values of four fundamental constants—Planck’s constant (h), the elementary charge (e), Boltzmann’s constant (k); and Avagadro’s number, NA (Metrologia, doi: 10.1088/1681-7575/aa950a).
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