|Apr21-12, 03:58 AM||#1|
Very simple question >> Making a fool of myself...
...but, is it true that K*T = hv ? Being K Boltzmann constant...and v the frequency.
Because I have seen this exercise, in which they just say that a sample A in thermal equilibrium (maybe this is the bit that I'm missing out...) absorbs light at 697cm-1, so the temperature of the sample is T = hv/k.
This was done by my teacher, but I don't trust him LOL.
Any ideas please?
Thanks a lot!!!!
|boltzmann, frequency, vibrations|
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