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78. Taking the Sun for a black body, and considering that its maximum spectral irradiance density corresponds to a wavelength of 500 nm, determine: 1) the temperature of the surface of the Sun; 2) energy emitted by the Sun in the form of electromagnetic waves for 10 minutes; 3) The weight lost by the sun during this time due to radiation.

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Detailed solution. Decorated in Microsoft Word 2003. (Target decided to use formula editor)


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