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\frac{u(\lambda)}{T^5} = \frac{f(\lambda T)}{\lambda^5T^5}

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imply that if [tex]\frac{u(\lambda)}{T^5}[/tex] is plotted as a function of [tex]\lambda T[/tex], all experimental data will lie on a single curve?

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# Wiens scaling law

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