Earrtum: Directional Reflectance and Emissivity of an Opaque Surface. Authors: Nicodemus, Fred E. Publication: Applied Optics, vol. 5, issue 5, p. DIRECTIONAL REFLECTANCE AND EMISSIVITY OF AN OPAQUE SURFACE [ Fred E. Nicodemus] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. DTIC AD DIRECTIONAL REFLECTANCE AND EMISSIVITY OF AN OPAQUE SURFACE. by Defense Technical Information Center.
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Abstract Concepts, terminology, and symbols are presented for specifying and relating directional variations opasue reflectance and emissivity of an opaque surface element. CiteULike organises scholarly or academic papers or literature and provides bibliographic which means it makes bibliographies for universities and higher education establishments.
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