Blackbody radiation, Physics

blackbody radiation

The radiation the radiance at specific frequencies all across the spectrum generated by a blackbody i.e., a perfect radiator (and absorber) of heat. Physicists had complexity explaining it till Planck introduced his quantum of action.

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