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AVentura

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- it seems he had ##h\nu## first

Could someone please help me understand why ##h## isn't known as Wien's constant?

In his "approximation":

it just looks like he used the wrong distribution function (Maxwell-Boltzmann) with ##h\nu## correctly for energy

And why is the correct distribution function

$$ \frac 1 {e^{\frac E {kT} }-1}$$

Named Bose-Einstein when Planck used it correctly first?

Thank you

In his "approximation":

it just looks like he used the wrong distribution function (Maxwell-Boltzmann) with ##h\nu## correctly for energy

And why is the correct distribution function

$$ \frac 1 {e^{\frac E {kT} }-1}$$

Named Bose-Einstein when Planck used it correctly first?

Thank you