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exitance

/ (ˈɛksɪtəns) /

noun

a measure of the ability of a surface to emit radiationSee luminous exitance, radiant exitance

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Nearby words

exit, exit poll, exit pupil, exit strategy, exit tax, exitance, exmoor, exmouth, exo, exo-, exoantigen

Word Origin for exitance

C20: from exit + -ance
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