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Hundreds of CPU hours were saved in a particu1ar research project. Below are equivalent expressions (setting constants to unity) for the Planck integral in the wavelength and frequency domains. 3 I I [ [ V ] V I -------------- dl • I ------- dV ] 5 III I l CXE - 1) I XE - 1 We next rewrite the integrand as a powerseries. INF 3 V ------- = XE V -1 3 - V V XE 3 V XE ------ .. _- v \ I - V 1 - XE > INF IE - NV 3 \ =V I N=O > XE -NV N=l We now integrate the last term on the right above, with respect to V, to find the known powerseries expansion for the Planck integral.
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