describe the relation among density, temperature, and volume when the pressure is constant, and explain the blackbody radiation curve

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describe the relation among density, temperature, and volume when the pressure is constant, and explain the blackbody radiation curve

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    2021-08-18T03:29:03+00:00

    Answer:

    in all cases with increasing temperature the density should decrease.

    Black body radiation is a construction that maintains a constant temperature and a hole is opened, this hole is called a black body,

    Explanation:

    Let’s start for ya dream gas

            PV = nRT

    Since it indicates that the pressure is constant, we see that the volume is directly proportional to the temperature.

    The density of is defined by

            ρ = m / V

    As we saw that volume increases with temperature, this is also true for solid materials, using linear expansion. Therefore in all cases with increasing temperature the density should decrease.

    Black body radiation is a construction that maintains a constant temperature and a hole is opened, this hole is called a black body, since all the radiation that falls on it is absorbed or emitted.

    This type of construction has a characteristic curve where the maximum of the curve is dependent on the tempera, but independent of the material with which it is built, to explain the behavior of this curve Planck proposed that the diaconate in the cavity was not continuous but discrete whose energy is given by the relationship

                 E = h f

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