Definition of blackbody radiation
: the characteristic thermal radiation emitted by a blackbody when heated Instead, one gets a sort of averaged-out behavior called “blackbody radiation,” which has not much to do with the details of what a hot object is made of. The only relevant factor is the temperature. — Boston Globe, 10 Mar. 2005
— called also Planckian radiation— compare planck radiation law
Note: The blackbody radiation is the theoretical maximum amount of radiation that a body can emit at a given temperature.
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