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Entry: Absorption, scattering and emission of radiation

URI: http://registry.it.csiro.au/def/agriculture/nlmp/Absorption-scattering-and-emission-of-radiation

Electromagnetic radiation may interact with other matter (atoms and molecules of a gas for example in the atmosphere) or in the form of particulate, solid or liquid, matter (e.g. aerosols). Matter itself emits radiation reflecting its composition and temperature. Radiation may be absorbed by matter and the absorbed energy may be transferred or re-emitted. Radiation may also be scattered as a result of interaction with matter.

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date submitted 10 Aug 2015 10:20:04.969
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description Electromagnetic radiation may interact with other matter (atoms and molecules of a gas for example in the atmosphere) or in the form of particulate, solid or liquid, matter (e.g. aerosols). Matter itself emits radiation reflecting its composition and temperature. Radiation may be absorbed by matter and the absorbed energy may be transferred or re-emitted. Radiation may also be scattered as a result of interaction with matter.
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label Absorption, scattering and emission of radiation
notation Absorption-scattering-and-emission-of-radiation
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description Electromagnetic radiation may interact with other matter (atoms and molecules of a gas for example in the atmosphere) or in the form of particulate, solid or liquid, matter (e.g. aerosols). Matter itself emits radiation reflecting its composition and temperature. Radiation may be absorbed by matter and the absorbed energy may be transferred or re-emitted. Radiation may also be scattered as a result of interaction with matter.
label Absorption, scattering and emission of radiation
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