Solving for peak emission wavelength.

note: b is Wien's displacement constant

b = 2.8977685 x 10^{-3} meter-Kelvin

b = 2.8977685 x 10

blackbody temperature (T)

= 0

= 0

kelvin

peak emission wavelength (λ_{max})

= NOT CALCULATED

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