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Can we write the emissive power as e=Q/tA where it has the letters have their usual meanings or is it only for unit time and unit area

Can we write the emissive power as e=Q/tA where it has the letters have their usual meanings or is it only for unit time and unit area

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Saurabh Kumar
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6 years ago
Search ResultsEmissive power is defined as the energy radiated from a body per unit area per unit time. ozo · 7 years ago. 1. The contribution of all frequencies to the radiant energy emitted by a body is called the emissive power of the body, the amount of energy emitted by a unit surface area of a body per unit of time

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