Lux-Second

Lux-Second

 

a unit of the quantity of illumination, or luminous exposure, in the International System of Units. Symbols, lk.sek (Russian); lx.s (international). One lux-second is the luminous exposure produced in 1 sec by an illumination of 1 Ix; 1 Ix.sec = 10-4 phot.sec = 2.77 ×10-8 phot.hr.

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