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state stefan boltzmann law. and explain all variables used.​

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Answered by Weeeeeeex
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The Stefan-Boltzmann law, also known as Stefan's Law, is a law that expresses the total power per unit surface area (otherwise known as the intensity) that is radiated by an object, often taken to be a blackbody. The formula used to determine at what wavelength the power peaks at is Wien's Law

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Answered by Anonymous
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The Stefan-Boltzmann law, also known as Stefan's Law, is a law that expresses the total power per unit surface area (otherwise known as the intensity) that is radiated by an object, often taken to be a blackbody. The formula used to determine at what wavelength the power peaks at is Wien's Law.

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