Definitions

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  • noun Alternative spelling of graybody.

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Examples

  • You will usually see the term 'greybody' in a somewhat different context, describing bulk materials with optical properties that are invarient with respect to wavelength, as opposed to redbody, bluebody, etc.

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  • My introduction of 'greybody' was a bit clumsy - although different from its normal usage,

    RealClimate

  • You will usually see the term 'greybody' in a somewhat different context, describing bulk materials with optical properties that are invarient with respect to wavelength, as opposed to redbody, bluebody, etc.

    RealClimate

  • You will usually see the term 'greybody' in a somewhat different context, describing bulk materials with optical properties that are invarient with respect to wavelength, as opposed to redbody, bluebody, etc.

    RealClimate

  • My introduction of 'greybody' was a bit clumsy - although different from its normal usage,

    RealClimate

  • You will usually see the term 'greybody' in a somewhat different context, describing bulk materials with optical properties that are invarient with respect to wavelength, as opposed to redbody, bluebody, etc.

    RealClimate

  • My introduction of 'greybody' was a bit clumsy - although different from its normal usage,

    RealClimate

  • You will usually see the term 'greybody' in a somewhat different context, describing bulk materials with optical properties that are invarient with respect to wavelength, as opposed to redbody, bluebody, etc.

    RealClimate

  • My introduction of 'greybody' was a bit clumsy - although different from its normal usage,

    RealClimate

  • My introduction of 'greybody' was a bit clumsy - although different from its normal usage,

    RealClimate

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