Abstract

The principles outlined in a previous paper have been extended to translucent materials by use of the generalization of Kirchhoff’s law derived by McMahon. Several methods are described by which spectral emissivities may be measured, depending upon the experimental arrangement desired.

© 1960 Optical Society of America

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