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The Characteristic EM Wavelength of Thermal Radiation Calculator will calculate the:

- The characteristic EM wavelength emitted by a black body as a function of temperature (Wien's Law)

**Calculation Parameters:** The object is considered as a perfect (absolute) black body

The characteristic wavelength of EM thermal radiation λ_{m} is m [metre] |

Characteristic wavelength of EM thermal radiation λ_{m} calculation |
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λ_{m} = b/Tλ _{m} = /Tλ _{m} = |

Characteristic Em Wavelength Calculator Input Values |

Temperature of object (T) K [Kelvin degree] |

Wien's constant (b) m · K [Metre per Kelvin] |

λ_{m} = *b**/**T*

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