International Journal of Applied Science and Technology

ISSN 2221-0997 (Print), 2221-1004 (Online) 10.30845/ijast

Theoretical Study of a New Relationship between the Wavelength and Temperature. Compromise with Wien's Law, Radial Parts , and the Emission Spectrum of Hydrogénoid Atoms
El-Bahri Sakri

Abstract
Recent theoretical research started on the relationship between the wavelength and temperature, suggests an important compromise. This compromise lies in the constant of proportionality. Wien's law (Established in 1893 by studying the maximum of the emission spectrum of black body) provided a constant of proportionality equal to: k = 2.89. 10-3 m ° k, while that given in this study is k = 9.592. 10-3 m ° k , which is closer to reality. In addition , a work has been done to study the correlation of the radial part of atomic orbitals and the emission spectrum of hydrogénoid atoms.

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