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D) To measure higher temperatures pyrometers are outfitted with filters. 7 filter is placed in front of the lens, what furnace temperature would provide the same pyrometer reading as case (b)? , emissivity, absorptivity, reflectivity, and transmissivity, must be known before any radiative heat transfer calculations can be carried out. Many of these properties vary with incoming direction, outgoing direction, and wavelength, and must usually be found through experiment. 1 These predictions make experimental measurements unnecessary for some cases, and help interpolating as well as extrapolating experimental data in many other situations.
For unpolarized light one gets Q = U = V = 0, while for partially polarized light the magnitudes of Q, U, and V give the following: degree of polarization degree of linear polarization degree of circular polarization = Q2 + U2 + V 2 /I, = Q2 + U2 /I, = V/I. 3. Reconsider the plane wave of the last two examples. Decompose the wave into two linearly polarized waves, one in the x-z-plane, and the other perpendicular to it. What are the Stokes’ coefficients, the phase differences between the two polarizations, and the different degrees of polarization?
The interaction between electric and magnetic fields. Their success was truly remarkable, in particular because the theories of quantum mechanics and special relativity, with 1 The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST, formerly NBS) has recommended to reserve the ending “-ivity” for radiative properties of pure, perfectly smooth materials (the ones discussed in this chapter), and “-ance” for rough and contaminated surfaces. Most real surfaces fall into the latter category, discussed in Chapter 3.