Intensity

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Intensity The light emitted from a source. Intensity most often varies given the direction at which one views the source. Intensity does not vary with distance. A candle produces the same intensity in a given direction whether on a table in front of you or one mile away.


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  • Wikipedia see Luminous intensity [1]



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