(c) The AM1.5 solar irradiance spectrum and the products of the absorptivity
Caption: Figure 8: (a) Simulated absorptivity
for different incidence angles for TE (a) and TM (b) polarizations.
The SSM used in this study has fixed values of solar absorptivity
of 0.1 and IR emissivity of 0.9.
Measurement of the UV/VIS Spectra and the Molar Absorptivity
of Absorption Bands of [C.sub.76]-[D.sub.2].
The highest molar absorptivity
can be achieved with the couple DHTP-DAn.
where [alpha] is the absorptivity
, R is the reflectance, and t is the transmittance of the surface.
where [A.sub.1] is N[H.sub.2] band area at 5060 [cm.sup.-1], [c.sub.pa1] is N[H.sub.2] concentration (mol/kg) and [[alpha].sub.pa1] is molar absorptivity
of N[H.sub.2] band at 5060 [cm.sup.-1] that was quantified as 1.9213 kg/mol from the control 3,3'-DDS monomer spectrum at a sample thickness 0.20 mm.
Matavosian, "Scaling rules for total absorptivity
and emissivity of gases," Journal of Heat Transfer, vol.
Beer's law was obeyed over the range of 5-50 [micro]g/mL; high values of molar absorptivity
and low values of Sandell's sensitivity and LOD revealed that proposed methods are highly sensitive.
The radiant heat flux of fire will be transferred to the surface of a structure by absorptivity
ratio of the surface while the structure emits the radiant heat flux in proportion to its emissivity .
The assay of HEMA in fresh and polymerized solutions was carried out by mixing a small amount of the solution with 0.05 M phosphate buffer, pH 7.0, and measurement of absorbance at 208 nm (molar absorptivity
8000 [M.sup.-1] [cm.sup.-1]).
Comparison of characteristic features of some spectrophotometric methods reported earlier for the determination of copper reveals the suitability of the present work in terms of molar absorptivity
, linear range, interferences, LOD, and so forth (Table 5).