light transmittance

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When radiant flux is incident on a medium, the ratio of the flux which emerges from the medium to the flux which is incident upon it.
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For both of the two methods, we found that it was a great challenge to prepare the film with high light transmittance and desirable mechanical properties.
Figure 3 clearly shows the correlations between the loaded amount of SWCNT dispersions and the total light transmittances (TT) of SWCNT network films, which follow the Lambert-Beer law.
The FSS ground has good light transmittance and can reflect the electromagnetic waves radiated from the antenna totally and achieve directional radiation.
With increasing its thickness, the light transmittance decreases significantly.
"For the entrance facade, neutral 70/39 was used, which features high light transmittance, low total energy transmittance and high colour neutrality.
(4) Light transmittance of the prepared coatings was measured by a UV/Vis spectrometer (UV500, Unicam) over the wavelength range of 400-700 nm with respect to a glass substrate.
[sup][7],[8] Light transmittance aggregometry (LTA) was the most widely used platelet function test and has been considered as the "gold standard" method.
Horizontal illuminance on the desks due to light transmittance through the light shelf was also accounted for.
Optigray glass is designed to maximise light transmittance and clarity, and to work with Solarban-coated solar control, low-emissivity glasses to enhance solar performance.
LG's has also developed a new transparent OLED panel which makes images less hazy by increasing the light transmittance to 30 percent, compared to 10 percent common among current transparent LCD displays.
It accounts for three key parameters affecting the energy performance of all building envelopes--i) thermal performance (assembly U-value and thermal mass of opaque construction, glazing properties, internal and external heat transfer coefficients, etc.), ii) daylighting performance (visible light transmittance) and iii) infiltration.
Considering the light transmittance requirements, we confirmed that the Al electrode thickness was approximately 20 nm.