Planck's distribution is bounded (for any temperature) and moreover the area under its graph is finite.oheaveno said:thanks for replying:D but what do you mean by "didnt blow up for any portion of the em spectrum"??
Thta's tipically for Bose-Einstein statistics. If you study both mathematical statistics and quantum statistical physics, everything will be clear.oheaveno said:you know that graph of wavelength VS intensity.... i understand that the higher the temperature the peak of the graph shifts towards the shorter wavelength because there is more energy (tell me if im wrong) but why is the distribution of wavelength the way it is? why cant there be more longer wavelengths with higher intensity?