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Duane Hunt Relation Improved

@article{Lipovka2015DuaneHR,
  title={Duane Hunt Relation Improved},
  author={A. Lipovka and Ivan A. Cardenas},
  journal={arXiv: General Physics},
  year={2015}
}
In present paper the Duane-Hunt relation for direct measurement of the Planck constant is improved by including of relativistic corrections. New relation to determine the Planck constant, suggested in this paper contains Duane-Hunt relation as first term and can be applied in a wide range of energies. 
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