Wien constant

Wien constant

[′vēn ‚kän·stənt]
(statistical mechanics)
The product of the temperature and the wavelength at which the intensity of radiation from a blackbody reaches its maximum; it is equal to approximately 2898 micrometer-kelvins.
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