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Deriving Planck's radiation law from microscopic considerations?
In the usual derivation of Planck's radiation law, the energies or frequencies $\omega$ of the oscillators depend on the measurements $L$ of the black body. The model is such that the only ...
Mar 8 '12 at 13:22
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