Luminous Pulse Emittance

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Luminous Pulse Emittance

 

a unit of light used in pulse photometry, equal to the integral of the luminous intensity over the time. The unit of luminous pulse emittance is a candela-second. The analogous quantity for the radiant flux is called the luminous pulse power emittance and is measured in watt-seconds per steradian.

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