File:Planck law log log scale.png

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Description Planck's radiation law (dependence of emissivity of blackbody surface on the wavelength and temperature). Log-log scale is necessary to display the curves for a large spread in temperature. The vertical dashed lines confine the visible spectral range. The slanted dotted line indicates the Wien's displacement law.
Date 4 November 2007
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Author HighTemplar
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current10:41, 16 November 2009Thumbnail for version as of 10:41, 16 November 2009922 × 689 (31 KB)Pieter Kuiper (talk | contribs)fixing the horizontal scale by erasing some zeros
15:30, 4 November 2007Thumbnail for version as of 15:30, 4 November 2007922 × 689 (55 KB)HighTemplar (talk | contribs){{Information |Description=Planck's radiation law (dependence of emissivity of blackbody surface on the wavelength and temperature). Log-log scale is necessary to display the curves for a large spread in temperature. |Source=self-made |Date=2007-11-04 |Au

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