I have one question, I am sorry if it's stupid or something.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

So, when we write down the Maxwell's distribution, we integrate over the spectrum of velocities... But that is from 0 to infinity.. (or minus infinitiy to infinity nevermind)

Is there any way someone can cut-off the above? Since we know that nothing can overcome EVER the speed of light?

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# Maxwell's distribution

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