diffuse reflector


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diffuse reflector

[də′fyüs ri′flek·tər]
(optics)
Any surface whose irregularities are so large compared to the wavelength of the incident radiation that the reflected rays are sent back in a multiplicity of directions.
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This source can be either an integrating sphere with known spectral radiance at its exit port or a diffuse reflector, of known reflectance factor, illuminated by a source of known spectral irradiance.
Furukawa's MCPET is able to achieve the highest-class reflectance ratio of all diffuse reflectors by featuring extra-fine bubble diameters of 10 microns or less.

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