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nox

[näks]
(optics)
A unit of illumination, used in measuring low-level illumination, equal to 10-3 lux.

NOX

[näks or ¦en¦ō′eks]

Nox

goddess of night. [Rom. Myth.: Wheeler, 261]
See: Night
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