transmissivity









transmissivity


transmissivity [trans-mi-siv-i-tee, tranz-] Word Origin noun Physics.

  1. a measure of the ability of a material or medium to transmit electromagnetic energy, as light.

Compare transmittance. Origin of transmissivity First recorded in 1910–15; transmiss(ion) + -ive + -ity British Dictionary definitions for transmissivity transmissivity noun

  1. physics a measure of the ability of a material to transmit radiation, equal to the internal transmittance of the material under conditions in which the path of the radiation has unit length

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