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  1. Presented by invitation at the twenty-seventh annual meeting of the Optical Society of America, New York City, October 30–31, 1942.
  2. In this connection, see Clausius, The Mechanical Theory of Heat (Macmillan & Company, New York, 1879), Chapter 12.
  3. Unlike most sources or diffusely reflecting surfaces, luminous paints satisfy the conditions embodied in Lambert’s law only approximately.

Clausius,

In this connection, see Clausius, The Mechanical Theory of Heat (Macmillan & Company, New York, 1879), Chapter 12.

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Presented by invitation at the twenty-seventh annual meeting of the Optical Society of America, New York City, October 30–31, 1942.

In this connection, see Clausius, The Mechanical Theory of Heat (Macmillan & Company, New York, 1879), Chapter 12.

Unlike most sources or diffusely reflecting surfaces, luminous paints satisfy the conditions embodied in Lambert’s law only approximately.

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H = W [ r 2 / ( d 2 + r 2 ) ] ,
H = W sin 2 θ ,
d σ / d σ = m 2 .
H = W ( sin 2 θ / m 2 ) .
m = n sin θ / n sin θ ,
H = W ( n sin θ n ) 2 .
H = W sin 2 θ .
E = L sin 2 θ .
f / -number = 1 / 2 sin θ .