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The emissivity coefficient -
ε - indicates the radiation of heat from a body according the Stefan-Boltzmann Law, compared with the radiation of heat from a ideal black body where the emissivity coefficient ε = 1.
Emissivity coefficients -
ε - for some common material surfaces:
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