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**1. Derive Wien's displacement law from the Planck Spectrum.**

**2. Planck's Law: [itex]\frac{2hv**

^{3}}{c^{2}(e^{\frac{hv}{kt}}-1)}[/itex]Where v = frequency;

c = speed of light;

h = Plank's constant

k = Boltzmann's constant

## The Attempt at a Solution

Well, the first thing I wanted to confirm was that this was in fact the correct equation which I was going to derive.

My first attempt would be to try and simplify this equation as much as I can, by plugging in c, and h. And because this gives out an incredibly small number, it can be disregarded as having not too big of an effect and can be represented by a 1, giving rise to:

[itex]\frac{v

^{3}}{(e

^{\frac{hv}{kt}}-1)}[/itex]

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