Predictions of the Total Emissivity of Metals at Cryogenic Temperatures
Due to the rapid growth of cryogenic technology and the accompanying rise in the use of high vacuum insulation, thermal radiation of metais at cryogenic temperatures has become an area of increasing importance. A recent review article  of the subject indicates the extent to which the development of experimental as well as theoretical techniques involved in this area has rapidly progressed.
KeywordsTotal Emissivity Cryogenic Temperature Radiation Property Normal Emissivity Spectral Normal Emissivity
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