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The heat emission from a black surface is given by the Stefan-Boltzmann law: aGAPS I- Ll qemitted, black = AsuT? = CUT: where E is emissive power, and E is emissivity, where 0 s E s 1. For a black surface, E = 1 . Nonblack surfaces do not absorb all incident radiation. The absorbed radiation is qabsorbed= &sG where absorptivity a is the fraction of incident radiation absorbed, and irradiation G is the rate of radiant energy incident on a surface per unit area of the receiving surface due to emission and reflection from surrounding surfaces.

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CUT: where E is emissive power, and E is emissivity, where 0 s E s 1. For a black surface, E = 1 . Nonblack surfaces do not absorb all incident radiation. The absorbed radiation is qabsorbed= &sG where absorptivity a is the fraction of incident radiation absorbed, and irradiation G is the rate of radiant energy incident on a surface per unit area of the receiving surface due to emission and reflection from surrounding surfaces. For a black surface, a = 1 . A surface's emissivity and absorptivity are often both functions of the wavelength distribution of photons emitted and absorbed, respectively, by the surface.

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