Put me down for a "two-four"
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Sent: Wednesday, June 30, 2004 11:57 AM
Subject: Re: FLUXLIST: fluxus revised

The quantity v is called the internal spectral transmittance of the filter and is defined as the ratio of the radient flux reaching the back surface of the filter to the flux that enters the filter at its front surface.
     Changes in concentration of a liquid solution have the same effect as changes in path length. Thus with
                                        mv=ce
we obtain
                                        v=10dce

which is usually referred to as Beer's Law (Beer 1852)
so who's buying???

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