By Planck M., Jones R., Williams D. H.
During this vintage, the Nobel laureate explores the elemental principles of physics, concluding with how he built the quantum concept. 1925 edition.In this vintage of medical literature, the Nobel laureate and author of the quantum revolution in glossy physics brilliantly explores the elemental rules intrinsic to the examine of physics. Planck offers his topic in a transparent, uncomplicated sort available not just to the clinical neighborhood but additionally to basic readers. He concludes with an engrossing step by step narrative of ways he built the quantum thought. 1925 version.
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All the quantities E, E', E" • • • are then expressed by the single quantity Eo, and E/N = UU, E'/N' = Ul, E"/N" = U'J,... (66) give respectively the stationary values of the energy per resonator of each kind. As is know from the electromagnetic theory of radiation, the space density of the energy of radiation in a diathermic medium contained in the frequency interval between v and v + dv is given by uvdv = — — XJvdv, cJ (67) so that the values of Uv given above determine the energy of radiation contained in the medium.
Thus, one has for g(X) ... const. S(A) = —^s— , „ N (33) and therefore for
Wien assumes thus that the intensity
A Survey of Physical Theory by Planck M., Jones R., Williams D. H.