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Re: Wien's displacement law: a (mathematical?) paradox
« Reply #25 on: 01/09/2006 10:19:13 »
Sorry I am now getting to understand your nomenclature. Mathematical detail was never my strong point as long as thigs were approximately right enough to work!  :-) I am not familiar with the equations myself as I have not looked at that area since I was at university more than 40 years ago.

My experience with "anomalies" in established equations is that there is usually a mistake in the maths somewhere or a mistake in the units of measurement.

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