radiation intensity


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radiation intensity

[‚rād·ē′ā·shən in‚ten·səd·ē]
(electromagnetism)
The power radiated from an antenna per unit solid angle in a given direction.
(nucleonics)
The quantity of radiant energy passing perpendicularly through a specified location of unit area in unit time; reported as a number of particles or photons per square centimeter per second, or in energy units such as ergs per square centimeter per second.
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