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Unformatted text preview: WHY go to CLASS ? • conference to help YOU with your academic transition into university • featuring: keynote speaker, academic workshops, mentorship opportunities, resource fair, subject speciFc seminars, and alumni panelists – just for YOU • YOUR opportunity to learn essential academic strategies and receive faculty- speciFc advice Don’t Skip Out, GO TO CLASS Saturday, OCTOBER 23 rd , 2010 FREE REGISTRATION - OPEN NOW Visit: www.class.ubc.ca Today • More on thermal radiation – In rooms – From the environment • Radiation through windows • Emissivity • Directed radiation from the Sun MIDTERM: 19/10/2010 (12 days to go!) 9:30, open book, bring ID Video Questions Q3. Thermal radiation can not be A. Reflected B. Transmitted C. Absorbed D. All are possible Q4. Glass is A. Transparent for infrared, opaque for visible B. Transparent for infrared and visible C. Opaque for infrared, transparent for visible D. Opaque for infrared and visible Video Questions Q5. Emissivity expresses how well an object A. emits radiation B. absorbs radiation C. transmits radiation D. absorbs and emits radiation E. emits and transmits radiation. Video Questions...
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This note was uploaded on 05/19/2011 for the course PHYS PHYS 100 taught by Professor Lioudmila during the Winter '10 term at UBC.

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