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# Could you provide a professional insight on this problem? A stepwise approach is appreciated. src="/qa/attachment/10698524/" alt="B66044A8-480F-44D0-AE0B-08524310F899.jpeg" /> ATTACHMENT PREVIEW Download attachment B66044A8-480F-44D0-AE0B-08524310F899.jpeg absorption of these photons? Totino's pizza rolls are ideally cooked at 425F in a toaster oven. To reach this delicious temperature, a heating coil made of a nichrome (alloy of nickel, chromium, and iron) is heated to about 465.C. a. Make a plot of the Planck's law, the Wien displacement law, and the Rayleigh-Jeans' Law for the temperature of the nichrome wire in Kelvin. b. Make a similar plot for your pizza rolls cooked at the ideal temperature, c. At this temperature, what is the peak wavelength if you consider your pizza rolls a blackbody radiator? For the Wien law, let a = 87th/c3 and B = h/k.

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