Coefficient of haze
One way to measure this is to draw about 1000 feet of air sample through an air filter and obtain the radiation intensity through the filter. The coefficient is then calculated based on the absorbance formula
where is the radiation (400 nm light) intensity transmitted through the sampled filter, and is the radiation intensity transmitted through a clean (control) filter.
- L. L. Somani (1992). "Coefficient of Haze". Dictionary of agricultural and allied sciences: (P), Part 7. Mittal Publications. p. 322. ISBN 9788170991137.
- "IUPAC Gold Book - coefficient of haze (COH) in atmospheric chemistry". Retrieved 24 June 2013.
- Alan D. McNaught and Andrew Wilkinson (1997). "Coefficient of Haze". IUPAC Compendium of Chemical Terminology (PDF) (2nd Edition ed.). International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry. ISBN 978-0-86542-684-9.
- James P. Lodge (1988). "Continuous Tape Sampling of Coefficient of Haze". Methods of air sampling and analysis (3rd ed.). CRC Press. ISBN 9780873711418.
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