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Wien's law or Wien law may refer to:
- Wien approximation, an equation used to describe the short-wavelength (high frequency) spectrum of thermal radiation
- Wien's displacement law, an equation that describes the relationship between the temperature of an object and the peak wavelength or frequency of the emitted light
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