Planck's law

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(physics) the basis of quantum theory

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Once Schuster assumed that the blackbody function could be directly applied to represent the emission of the gas, a great thickness guaranteed that blackbody radiation was produced, even if the coefficient of absorption was small, merely because the coefficient of scattering was much smaller (see Eq.