radiation laws

radiation laws

[‚rād·ē′ā·shən ‚lȯz]
(physics)
The four physical laws which, together, fundamentally describe the behavior of blackbody radiation, Kirchhoff's law, Planck's law, Stefan-Boltzmann law, and Wien's law.
All of the more inclusive assemblage of empirical and theoretical laws describing all manifestations of radiative phenomena.
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She also addressed the role of the radiological laboratory in providing radiological monitoring data in the Qatari environment, including plant, soil and water, and measuring the radiation levels of some imported industrial materials in order to support environmental authorities and enforce radiation laws, as well as controlling doses of radiation in workers to ensure that they are not exposed to radiation that exceeds the limit for their own safety.
The theory of infrared thermography is based on three well-known radiation laws [2,6]:
The Planck radiation law describes the specific spectral radiation M emanating from the idealized black body:

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