Answer to Mark Warner's Question
paul.smith at anu.edu.au
Tue Nov 2 11:50:13 EST 1999
To the Moderator,
I am presenting for listing an answer to the question over light intensity
unit convrsions. It is from another Forum, whereby I transferred the
question and someone kindly gave a rapid response (2 minutes!!)
The response given was
From: Dan B.
Subject: re: Langleys and Watts
post id: 4113
Too easy Paul,
langleys/min. x 697.32 = watts/meter2
langleys/min. x 4.1855 = joules/centimeter2 min.
langleys/min. x 3.692 = BTU/foot2 min.
Get the rest at http://qualimetrics.com/reference/reference.html
Dan - The Internet search wiz..
Hope this helps
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