haze factor

haze factor

[′hāz ‚fak·tər]
(meteorology)
The ratio of the luminance of a mist or fog through which an object is viewed to the luminance of the object.
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In a recent study, Madronich and colleagues calculate that the haze factor alone should have reduced UV levels by 5 to 18 percent in rural parts of industrialized countries (SN: 1/4/92, p.
According to Deerfield Urethane, all grades offer haze factors below 1.