Since there hasn't been a question here in a while, I'll ask a common beginner's quantum question:

From Planck's Blackbody Radiation Equation, one can derive Stefan's Law which is: e

_{total}=a*s*T

^{4} where e

_{total} is the energy per unit area, s is a constant: 5.67X10^-8 W*m

^{-2}*K

^{-4}, and a is a coefficient that equals one when dealing with an ideal blackbody.

Using:

Where C

_{1} is 8*pi*c*h and C

_{2} is h*c/k

_{b}Show the relationship between temperature and lambda max. Find the constant s discussed above using this relationship.

I'll be posting more hints if anyone tries.