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Prove that the peak of the Planck spectrum is at x = 2.82.

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Prove that the peak of the Planck spectrum is at x = 2.82.

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Title Astronomy ­study or analysis of spectrum is called spectroscopy ­instrument used spectroscope ; slit prism and screen ­research instrument: spectrograph. or spectrometer. a dispensing device a telescope. ­diffraction grating : has a flat glass lights breaking into colors ­bunsen and Kirchhoff they were pioneer in the field of spectroscopic. they both created the spectroscope. water is a medium through which light breaks into colors. glass at an angle or a shape act as a prism to break the light into colors. ­prism, glass, mirror, eyeglasses all at angle at the side create small pieces of lenses for breaking of the light. water sprinkler or a water fountain. crystals, diamonds (tiny prism and may behave diffraction grating). even CDs and DVDs act as diff

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Author: Daniel V. Schroeder
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Prove that the peak of the Planck spectrum is at x = 2.82.