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(II) Estimate the peak wavelength of light emitted from

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Problem 9P

(II) Estimate the peak wavelength of light emitted from the pupil of the human eye (which approximates a blackbody) assuming normal body temperature.

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Chapter 3 Notes When the mass on a spring is set into oscillation, it also pulls on the end of the elastic cord secured to it creating waves Because a mass on a spring performs perfect SHM, waves are periodic both in time and space Almost all waves, except for electromagnetic (light, radio, TV), should have a medium to travel through The particles of elastic medium (air, water, cord) are...

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Author: Douglas C. Giancoli
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