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I, Basic Books, pp. 544– 57, an invaluable two-volume collection of and commentaries on the most important papers on atomism from antiquity to the age of quarks and other strange particles. 38 1 Emission: The Birth of Photons Despite its age, the treatise by Arthur Llewelyn Hughes and Lee Alvin Dubridge, 1932: Photoelectric Phenomena, McGraw-Hill is still worth reading, especially the first two chapters on the history of Eq. 4) and its experimental verification, which required considerable effort and ingenuity.
44) Now multiply this by the Planck function to obtain the amount of radiation in the upward direction between the plates. As far as the radiation field is concerned, it is as if the emissivity of the lower (or upper) plate were 1. A cavity with walls that are not black nevertheless fills with blackbody radiation because of emission and multiple reflections. High reflectivity compensates for low emissivity. The only condition we imposed on the cavity is that it be opaque at the frequencies of interest.
P. Baltes, 1976: On the validity of Kirchhoff’s law of heat radiation for a body in a nonequilibrium environment. Progress in Optics, Vol. 13, pp. 1–25. The term emittance is sometimes used for what we call emissivity. Indeed, it has been suggested that emissivity be used for bodies that are “pure and smooth”, emittance for bodies that are not. For a criticism of this suggestion see the letter by William L. Wolfe, 1982: A proclivity for emissivity. Applied Optics, Vol. 21, p. 1. Wolfe’s parting shot is “On reflection, I like reflectivity and emissivity”.
Advanced Techniques Painting and Weathering Military Vehicles by Francesco ( Ed. ) Cortellini