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Hi folks. I'd like to suggest updating this article slightly to emphasise the parallels between the radiometric units and photometric units. I have my own 'cheat sheet' which is very similar to the tables here in the "Illuminance" and "Irradiance" articles, but with the related terms side by side (e.g. irradiance next to illuminance, radiant intensity next to luminous intensity etc.) I find this helpful in remembering and understanding the terminology. Thoughts anyone?
That table arrangement is useful, but this probably isn't the right article for it. The articles on photometry and radiometry might be a better place for a summary of how all the units relate to one another. Another editor has done something similar at Light intensity.--Srleffler (talk) 03:04, 21 May 2010 (UTC)