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Caption: Courbes du rayonnement émis par des corps noirs de différentes températures. L'axe des x indique la longueur d'onde et l'axe des y indique la quantité d'énergie émise chaque seconde par un mètre carré de la surface de ce corps noir à chaque longueur d'onde.

Plus le corps est chaud, plus la longueur d'onde est courte et plus la lumière qu'il émet est bleue. Bien que le corps le plus froid de ce diagramme atteigne un pic de lumière rouge, les autres corps plus chauds émettent tous plus de lumière rouge que le corps le plus froid.

Credit: AIU OAE/Niall Deacon.

Diagram translation status: Not yet approved by a reviewer
Diagram translators: Rulx Narcisse
Related glossary terms: Electromagnetic Radiation , Longueur d'onde , Rayonnement du Corps noir
Categories: Physics

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In Other Languages

Anglais: Blackbody Radiation
Allemand: Schwarzkörperstrahlung
Portuguese BR: Radiação de corpo negro
Italien: Radiazione di corpo nero
Arabe: إشعاع الجسم الأسود
Marathi: कृष्णिका (ब्लॅकबॉडी) प्रारण
Chinois traditionnel: 黑體輻射
Chinois simplifié: 黑体辐射
Espagnol: Radiación de cuerpo negro
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