What is Stefan Boltzmann's law?


Stefan Boltzmann's law of radiation states that the energy emitted by a black body per second per unit of area is proportional to the fourth power of its absolute temperature.
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The rate of energy emitted by an ideal surface, frequently called a blackbody, is given by the following relationship: E = K. sb. T. 4. where T is absolute temperature & K. sb
( ′shte′fän ′bōlts′män ′lö ) (statistical mechanics) The total energy radiated from a blackbody is proportional to the fourth power
The total energy radiated in watts per square metre is proportional to
Stefan Boltzmann's law states E ~ T^4. So if there is 3000 times more energy beamed upon the earth, the temperature has to rise to radiate the energy away. En is new energy flux,
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