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This article is missing the terms for reflectance/reflectivity. What are they?-220.127.116.11 11:58, 19 May 2007 (UTC)
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|For completeness, this article should define the terms "luminosity", "spectral luminosity", and "spectral radiant flux". I believe that luminosity is the total radiated power in Watts, while spectral luminosity is the radiated power per Hz or per unit wavelength (I'm not sure about this last).
Also, this article would be much more useful if it provided some information about measurement equipment and techniques.P.S. I work mainly with RF, so I'm not really qualified to fill in the above.
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