microeinstein


microeinstein
(µE)
   a unit of light energy concentration used in measuring the flux or density of light or any form of electromagnetic radiation. The microeinstein is equal to 10-6 einstein or one micromole of photons. The density of photosynthetically active radiation, for example, is reported in microeinsteins per second per square meter (µE/s·m2).

Dictionary of units of measurement. 2015.

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  • µE —    see microeinstein …   Dictionary of units of measurement


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