Terminology, units, and symbols used in the journalKhimiya Vysokikh Energii(High Energy Chemistry)

January 2005
High Energy Chemistry;Jan2005, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p50
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The article presents information about terminology, units, and symbols used in the journal "Khimiya Vysokikh Energii." For complex units, the use of negative powers is preferable and a slash (solidus) may be used in limited cases when two dimensions are combined. Amount concentration is an abbreviation for amount-of-substance concentration. When there is no risk of confusion, the word concentration may be used alone. The logarithm to the base 10 of the ratio of the spectral radiant power of incident radiation to the radiant power of transmitted radiation. Intensity is the traditional term for photon flux, irradiance, or radiant power.


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