Heat Transfer Questions

Q.  The emissivity (ε) can be defined as the ratio of

a. emissive power of real body to the emissive power of black body
b. emissive power of black body to the emissive power of real body
c. reflectivity of real body to emissive power of black body
d. reflectivity of black body to emissive power of real body


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