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Statistical Mechanics}Blackbody Radiation Formula

The blackbody radiation formula has u=\sigma T^4. The ratio of energy radiated is thus T_2^4/T_1^4. Since T_2=3T_1, the ratio is just 3^4=81, as in choice (E). (Obviously an increase since the final temperature is much higher than the initial.)

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