A furnace emits radiation at 2000 K. Treating it as black body radiation, calculate Wave length at which emission is maximum and the corresponding radiant flux density
Asked by vikranthpoluparthi1 | 4th May, 2021, 12:30: PM
c1 = 0.374 x 10 -15 W/m2
Thus, corresponding radiant flux density = 4.09 x 1011 W/m2
Answered by Shiwani Sawant | 4th May, 2021, 03:01: PM
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