black body radiation

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The radiation emitted by a heated black body. See colour temperature.
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It might also be emitting more energy across the electromagnetic spectrum than Planck's law deems possible.
I have previously stated that Kirchhoff's law [20-22], and, as a necessary result, Planck's law [1, 2] and blackbody radiation, are not universal in nature [23-25].
In 1910, Peter Debye, derives Planck's law by quantizing the vibration modes of the electromagnetic field without recourse to oscillators [5; p.