Physics, Astronomy & Cosmology / Re: Can Planck's law curve be matched to Rayleigh-Jean's law curve like this?« on: 19/01/2024 15:05:01 »
Earth calling Alan.Photonic interpretation for Planck's law states that hf is the energy of one photon. Thus radius of theBut it does affect the energy of the electron that generates the photon. It all gets a bit complicated as it's quite easy to get an electron up to 0.9c in a betatron, at which point the relativistic corrections become very significant.
torus or antenna doesn't affect photon energy, as long as the frequency can be kept the same.
He's not talking about a betatron.
On one hand, that's a pity because it's more interesting.
On the other hand, it may be just as well because I think he'd make a mess of it.