Definition of Millilamberts
1. millilambert [n] - See also: millilambert
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Literary usage of Millilamberts
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Illuminating Engineering Practice: Lectures on Illuminating Engineering by University of Pennsylvania, Illuminating Engineering Society (1917)
"... selected for the semi-direct lighting fixture of a glass having a density preferably such that the bowl brightness will not be over 300 millilamberts, ..."
2. Electric Lighting by Olin Jerome Ferguson (1920)
"1 lumen, emitted, per sq. ft.1 = 1.076 millilamberts. 23. ... 0.4868 lambert •= 486.8 millilamberts. 46. Symbols.—In view of the fact that the symbols ..."
3. The Nature of Animal Light by Edmund Newton Harvey (1920)
"The brightness of a surface is measured in lamberts or millilamberts. A lambert is "the brightness of a perfectly diffusing surface radiating or reflecting ..."