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ir·ra·di·ant

 (ĭ-rā′dē-ənt)
adj.
Sending forth radiant light.

[Latin irradiāns, irradiant-, present participle of irradiāre, to shine forth; see irradiate.]

ir·ra′di·ance, ir·ra′di·an·cy n.

irradiance

(ɪˈreɪdɪəns) or

irradiancy

n
(General Physics) the radiant flux incident on unit area of a surface. It is measured in watts per square metre. Symbol: Ee Also called: irradiation Compare illuminance

ir•ra•di•ance

(ɪˈreɪ di əns)

also irradiation



n.
incident flux of radiant energy per unit area.
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