## Test

(Wien's law: $T\lambda _{max}=\frac{1}{5}C_{2}$ )

BenJohnson1H
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Will Black Body Radiation be on the test?

Gary Qiao 1D
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HI, I don't think so, the professor said that we do not have to go over it.

Rachel Dang 1H
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Blackbody radiation should not be on the test next week, the material that we have covered including today's lecture will be though.

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Do we at least have to know what it's about? Or will the test just be all math?

Anmol_cheema_2F
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I believe he said that we would not need to know about black body radiation.

Joon Chang 2F
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The test is on Outline 2: The Quantum World. Black body radiation is not one of the topics listed on Outline 2 so I believe it will not be on the test.

Lynsea_Southwick_2K
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Will Monday's lecture be on the test?
Rachel Dang 1H wrote:Blackbody radiation should not be on the test next week, the material that we have covered including today's lecture will be though.

I am Sodium Funny
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No, he said up to today's lecture (Friday of Week 3)
Lynsea_Southwick_3F wrote:Will Monday's lecture be on the test?
Rachel Dang 1H wrote:Blackbody radiation should not be on the test next week, the material that we have covered including today's lecture will be though.

RandallNeeDis3K
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I asked my TA and black body radiation is not focused on in this class, let alone for this test. I think Lavelle just mentioned it in class to prove a point.

Ahmed Mahmood 4D
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I don't believe so. Dr. Lavelle mentioned it but explicitly said it was not something we'd need to understand in class, so I don't believe it will be on the test.