On observing light from three different stars \(P\), \(Q\), and \(R\), it was found that the intensity of the violet colour is maximum in the spectrum of \(P\), the intensity of the green colour is maximum in the spectrum of \(R\) and the intensity of the red colour is maximum in the spectrum of \(Q\). If \(T_P\)\(T_Q\), and \(T_R\) are the respective absolute temperatures of \(P\), \(Q\), and \(R\), then it can be concluded from the above observations that:
1. \(T_P>T_Q>T_R\)
2. \(T_P>T_R>T_Q\)
3. \(T_P<T_R<T_Q\)
4. \(T_P<T_Q<T_R\)

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A black body at \(200\) K is found to emit maximum energy at a wavelength of \(14\) \(\mu \)m. When its temperature is raised to \(1000\) K, the wavelength at which maximum energy is emitted will be:

1. \(14\) \(\mu \)m 2. \(70\) \(\mu \)m
3. \(2.8\) \(\mu \)m 4. \(2.8\) nm
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