Your UV and Visible Light chart - you can see the natural drop of UV filtering from standard Plexiglas, and then the extra filtering of the UVF and UVT grades. Colorless Plexiglas® sheet sheet transmits most of the invisible near-infrared energy in the 700 to 2,800 nanometer region, but it also absorbs certain bands as shown.
Sensitive instruments confirm that weathering produces no change in the infrared transmittance characteristics of Plexiglas® sheet. On a warm day, the cabin temperature inside of our parked cars can quickly reach scorching levels. Photons emitted from the Sun have a wide range of energies and wavelengths, and this whole range is known as the Sun’s electromagnetic spectrum. When solar radiation hits the car glass windows, one part of the radiation is reflected off the glass, another absorbed by the glass, and the last is transmitted through the glass. Consequently, these car interior surfaces, like any objects, would also emit radiation but, compared to that coming from the Sun, the radiation emitted from these interior surfaces carry much lower energy levels and thus have longer wavelengths. As mentioned earlier, the range of electromagnetic spectrum from the Sun that finally reaches Earth is between 290 to 2500 nm.
Instead of using mechanical air ventilators, leaving an opening (gap) in the car windows could also cool the car cabin by helping to circulate the flow of warm and cool air between the car cabin and the exterior.
Nevertheless, use of mechanical air ventilators or leaving gaps in the car side windows can pose a security risk as well as encourage entry of more dust into our cars. Window tint cooled the front ambient air inside the car cabin more effectively than other methods such as the reflective sunshade (placed on all windows) and the air ventilator (chart from Jasni and Nasir, 2012).
Having a cooler car cabin brings several more advantages other than just giving a better thermal comfort.
Lastly, window tints have another major advantage over some heat rejection methods: window tints operate at all times even when the vehicle is moving. Window tint has been shown by research that it is the overall best heat rejection method for cars.
Recall that all three wavelength components of solar radiation (UV, VL, and IR) are responsible for warming the car cabin. It is impossible to have a perfect 100% heat rejection window tint because this method would also require the complete removal of the visible light component. Some car owners, however, deliberately choose window tints that have low visibility levels. View of the pedestrian is greatly obscured when 35% VLT (allowing only 35% visible light through) window tint is installed. The side windows of a neigbouring car are sometimes needed to enable us to see through them to notice other road users, or in this case, a cyclist. Consequently, an effective window tint is one with a high rejection rate for IR and UV and at the same time allowing in a comfortable VL level. The second part of this series will discuss about the make up of window films and how to choose the correct one for our cars. Your comment has been edited as this is most probably an advertisement for your product masquerading as a comment.
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Malaysia’s war on drugs: Are we misunderstanding the problem and using the wrong solutions? Petronas vs Shell vs BHP vs Esso: Which petrol brand gives the lowest (best) fuel consumption? Are you prepared for a research postgraduate study (Masters or PhD) in Malaysian universities? Beer-Lambert law helps to correlate the intensity of absorption of UV-visible radiation to the amount of substance presence in a sample. As has been seen in Ultraviolet-Visible (UV-Vis) Spectroscopy – Principle, light absorption of ultraviolet and visible light occurs due to absorption of energy by electrons which can be excited (such as ?-electrons). Normally, in order to measure just the amount of light that is absorbed by the sample, we keep an appropriate control sample with just the solvent without any dissolved solute. In 1760, Lambert stated that the rate of decrease in the intensity of light with thickness (b) of the medium is proportional to the intensity of the incident light.
The modern derivation of the Beer-Lambert law combines the two derivations in order to relate absorbance of a substance to both the concentration and the path length of the sample. Note: A lot of websites have not explained this derivation well in terms of what is actually happening. A diagrammatic representation of the hypothetical situation to derive the Beer-Lambert law containing a sample of path length b through which monochromatic light is passed. Consider a beam of parallel monochromatic light with intensity I0 striking the sample at the surface as shown in the figure above, such that it is perpendicular to the surface. Now, consider a cross-section of the block having an area S and an infinitesimal thickness dz placed at a distance z from the surface.
If Iz is the light entering the infinitesimal block considered, and the light absorbed due to the absorbing particles is dI, the light exiting the slab would be Iz – dI. To simplify this equation further we convert to log using the term 2.303 ? log (x) = ln (x). Specific absorbance is the absorbance of a substance in solution of specific concentration in a cell of specific path length.
They are related because in both techniques the intensity of the light transmitted through the solution is measured as a ratio of that which is incident to provide the reading.
Low-E is a very thin, almost invisible layer, applied to glass to increase its thermal efficiency. Well for starters, it depends on where you live in the world and what your climate is like. Choosing windows and doors that have low-E coating(s) on the glass can significantly reduce your energy costs each year. Shop Windows to the UniverseDig into Montana Before History: 11K Years of Hunter-Gatherers in the Rockies and Plains by D. Previously, we had assumed a simplified model of Earth; one in which our planet had not atmosphere.
You probably know that scientists think of our atmosphere as having several distinct layers with specific traits. Though not universally recognized as a layer of our atmosphere, some scientists consider the exosphere to be the outermost layer of Earth's atmosphere.
Let's now take a look at the electromagnetic radiation, of various wavelengths and energies, from the Sun as it penetrates into Earth's atmosphere. All of the high-energy X-rays are absorbed by our atmosphere well above our heads, which is very fortunate for us indeed!
Most of the longer wavelength IR waves, and many of the shorter radio waves, are absorbed by the stratosphere before reaching the ground. Recall how the temperature of the various layers of Earth's atmosphere rises and falls as one moves upward from the ground, in a seemingly haphazard fashion. Most of the solar radiation that reaches the Earth or its lower atmosphere, where albedo from clouds and features on the ground come into play, is thus in the form of visible light. As was demonstrated in the "Infrared - More Than Your Eyes Can See" video earlier, some substances are transparent to certain wavelengths of EM radiation, but largely opaque to others. As infrared radiation from the ground and low-lying clouds works its way up through the atmosphere, much of it is absorbed; by gases in the air and by clouds (which have lots of IR-opaque water).
Here (below) are three different diagrams illustrating the flow of visible light into, and infrared light back out of, the lower regions of Earth's atmosphere. Other tools - dremel, Model planes, trains & automobiles; the dremel brand has announced the recall of the dremel micro™ 8050 cordless rotary tool. Ultra wheel, At ultra wheel, we have an unyielding core principle of building strong durable wheels with precise fitments.
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By clicking 1 Click Bid, you are agreeing to buy this item from the seller if you're the winning bidder. I finally got my hands on the charts to show UV, Visible, and IR light transmissions in Plexiglass sheet. You can't see or feel UV, but your skin will fry if exposed too long, and paper, artwork, fabrics, and other materials will degenerate from exposure. Plexiglas MC is your standard general purpose extruded  sheet, and Plexiglas G is cell-cast acrylic sheet.

HilemanNovember 4, 2011 at 9:34 AMquestion : Over time will UV light breakdown plastics having the effect of transmitting more UV light? A study by Levinson and associates in 2011 measured that the cabin air temperature in a black car can increase by nearly 35 degrees Celsius in just an hour.
Each photon carries a fixed amount of energy which determines the amount that photon vibrates. Almost all of the energy that are emitted from the Sun are in the wavelengths between 150 to 4000 nanometers (nm). Solar radiation reaching Earth’s surface ranges from 290 to 2500 nm which is made up of three groups of wavelengths: UV (ultraviolet) from 290 to 400 nm, VL (visible light) 400 to 700 nm, and IR (infrared) 700 to 2500 nm.
Reflected solar radiation does not contribute to warming, but absorbed solar radiation does: by heating up the glass and warming the adjacent air (both inside and outside the car cabin). The Sun, for instance, is very hot, so it emits relatively shortwaved radiation which contains high amounts of energy. And because the outgoing radiation have lesser energy, they are unable to exit the car cabin.
Solar-powered air ventilators can be installed at the car windows that can draw out the hot air in the car cabin and replace it with the cooler external air. Kayiem and associates in 2010 showed that by leaving a 20-mm gap in the front side windows helped to reduce the front air temperature in the car cabin by as much as 10 degrees Celsius. Local studies by Al-Kayiem and associates in 2010 and Jasni and Nasir in 2012 showed that sunshades are highly effective to reduce dashboard and windshield temperatures by as much as 30 and 20 degrees Celsius, respectively. Jasni and Nasir in 2012 compared the car cabin temperatures protected with a window tint (85 and 65% IR rejection rates for windshield and other windows, respectively) and that with a sunshade (placed on all car windows).
In contrast, sunshades and air ventilators have to be manually setup and removed each time the car is parked or driven. An effective window film or tint is consequently one that filters out all or at least a large portion of the UV and IR components. Such dark tints or tints with high VL rejection rate are dangerous because these tints can cause road accidents.
Turning the car right would risk hitting this pedestrian (photo from Baldock et al., 2004). Beer-Lambert law has been widely used in many fields of pharmaceutical sciences, chemistry and quantification testing. Practically when a beam of light hits a substance, the machine can measure the intensity or power of light before it strikes the substance (I0), and then after it goes through the substance (IT). The incident light is reduced in intensity due to absorption, reflection, interference and scattering of light. Simply put, the absorbance is proportional to the thickness ( path length b) of the solution. More simply, it stated that absorbance is proportional to the concentration (c) of the solution.
I will attempt to simplify it by explaining each step carefully and give definitions which are important to know rather than jumping from one equation to another.
If you can give me the citation of the paper where you have seen it I could help you figure out what that is. A In colder climates, the low-E is applied to the interior, inner-most surface to deflect heat back into the home, helping to reduce heating costs. A A window or door’s energy efficiency is measured by its U-Value and SHGC ratings, which are directly effected by low-E.
If the windows are designed to provide heat energy in the winter and keep heat inside the house typical of cold climates, the Low-E coating will maximize benefit by being on the inside pane of glass. This allowed us to examine the basic effects of albedo, latitude, and seasons on our planet's overall average temperature.
Let's quickly review the structure of the atmosphere, since some aspects of that story are relevant to how and where solar energy gets absorbed.
It extends upward from the ground to an altitude of about 16 km (in the tropics, or 8 km near the poles). Starting at the top of the thermosphere, this extremely tenuous layer gradually gives way to the vacuum of interplanetary space. Fortunately for us, all of the high energy X-rays and most UV is filtered out long before it reaches the ground.
Recall that the Sun emits a broad range of frequencies, from high-energy X-rays and ultraviolet radiation, through visible light, on on down the spectrum to the lower energy infrared and radio waves. Likewise, most of the UV radiation (especially the highest energy, shortest wavelength regions of the UV spectrum) is blocked by the thermosphere, mesosphere, and stratosphere.
It includes some of the longer wavelength UV frequencies, some of the shorter wavelength IR frequencies, and all of the visble light region of the spectrum.
Recall also that the peak of the Sun's EM emissions are in the visible light region of the spectrum. So about 30% of the incoming sunlight is reflected back into space by clouds or light areas on Earth's surface, or scattered back out into space by gas molecules in the atmosphere (that scattering is what makes the sky blue, not black!). Such is the case with the panes of glass in a greenhouse; sunlight readily passes in, providing plants with the energy they need for photosynthesis and warming the inside of the greenhouse, but the IR radiation that the warmed interior emits does not readily pass back out through the glass, for the glass is largely opaque at infrared frequencies. The Website was developed in part with the support of UCAR and NCAR, where it resided from 2000 - 2010. In addition, there are many wavelengths from the electromagnetic spectrum that do not reach Earth because they are absorbed or reflected by the Earth's atmosphere.
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And, I learned something new today: IR or InfraRed light varies in transmission logarithmically depending on the thickness of the Plexiglas sheet. All standard formulations of colorless Plexiglas® sheet have the same general infrared transmittance characteristics.
The interior air temperature increases because the heat from the Sun is able to penetrate into the car cabin but yet becomes trapped inside it. But upon reaching Earth, wavelengths greater than 2500 nm are absorbed by our atmosphere’s water vapor and carbon dioxide, whereas wavelengths lesser than 290 nm are absorbed high in the atmosphere by nitrogen and oxygen. Cooler objects, in contrast, would emit longwaved radiation because of the lower energy levels.
The proportion of these three wavelength groups vary, but typically, UV accounts 3% of total solar radiation, VL 43%, and IR 54%.
In a typical hot day in Malaysia, the dashboard can reach a scorching 80 degrees Celsius, the front windshield 70 degrees Celsius, and the interior ambient air 50 degrees Celsius.
However, there was little cooling effect when only the rear side windows were winded down to leave the same 20 mm gap. However, compared to window tints, sunshade has been shown to be surprisingly far more effective in cooling the dashboard.
They found that window tinting was more effective than the sunshade in cooling the car cabin temperature (front and rear ambient air). Rugh and associates in 2001 estimated that for every 1 degree Celsius reduction in the car cabin temperature of a Ford Explorer reduces the AC compressor power by 4.1%. The visible light, VL, component cannot be completely filtered out; otherwise, we would not be able to see through the car windows! A 2004 report by Baldock and associates from the Centre of Automotive Safety Research argued against such tints because dark tints placed even on the side windows can make it harder for a driver to see other cars, cyclists, and pedestrians at night, particularly when the driver is turning, dealing with the glare of headlights, or stopping at intersections. Compare this with below when dark window tints are installed (photo from Baldock et al., 2004). It allows UV-visible spectroscopy to be useful as not just a qualitative but also a quantitative tool.
The incident light may undergo absorption, reflection, interference, and scattering before it is transmitted. In some cases just to show that absorbance is measured on the y-axis people may write AU = Absorbance Units. I am not sure if this formula can be used in case the units of absorbance are measured in a different unit of path-length.
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We'll now add the atmosphere into our figuring; this will complicate matters, but will also make our model more realistic. Temperatures once again decline with increasing altitude (as was the case in the troposphere), falling as low as -100° C (-146° F) in the upper mesosphere.
This region is one in which temperatures once again rise with increasing altitude, reaching as high as 2,500°C (4,500°F) in the daytime! Different wavelengths of this solar radiation behave differently as they enter our atmosphere.
The relatively low energy, long wavelength portion of the UV spectrum that does reach the ground forces us to wear sunglasses and slather ourselves with sunscreen to protect ourselves from sunburn and skin cancer.
The longest wavelength radio waves also fail to penetrate the atmosphere; many are absorbed or reflected by the ionosphere.
So, although the atmosphere blocks out much of the range Sun's range of EM emissions at various altitudes, the bulk of the EM radiation from the Sun in the form of visible light does reach at least as far as the troposphere. Some of that radiation goes upward, escaping into space; but some goes downward, further warming the ground and the lower atmosphere.
I think each diagram has its strengths in helping to tell parts of the story; and I'll let you choose which (if any) you think might be most helpful when presenting these ideas to your students. In fact, as you can see from the diagram below, it is only the wavelengths of visible light, a small portion of infrared, and a part of the radio wavelengths that reach Earth at all.

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To understand why this happens requires us to delve deeper into the topic of solar radiation. Thus, the solar radiation finally reaching us at the Earth’s surface usually has wavelengths between 290 to 2500 nm. This is why shortwaved X-rays and gamma rays are dangerous because they carry high amounts of energy.
Once inside, the transmitted radiation will be absorbed by the various parts of the car cabin such as the dashboard, steering wheel, carpets, and car seats. Likewise, Flores and associates in 2008 showed that the air ventilators reduced the ambient car cabin air by a maximum of 7.4 degrees Celsius.
This difference in cooling effect between the front and rear side windows could be due to the higher temperature difference between the front ambient air and the exterior air than that between the rear ambient air and the exterior air. Window tinting, for instance, cooled the dashboard by an average of only 7 degrees Celsius (with a maximum reduction of 12 degrees Celsius).
There was instead little difference between the car cabin temperature with and without the sunshade protection. This also means it is impossible to have a perfect 100% heat rejection window tint because this method would also require the complete removal of the essential VL component. Dark tints also prevent other road users to see into a car to assess the intentions of the driver or to see that if the driver has seen them. Experimental comparison study of the passive methods in reducing car cabin interior temperature. Potential benefits of solar reflective car shells: Cooler cabins, fuel savings and emission reductions. Effect of solar reflective glazing on Ford Explorer climate control, fuel economy, and emissions.
Reduction in vehicle temperatures and fuel use from cabin ventilation, solar-reflective paint, and a new solar-reflective glazing. A Pyrolytic low-E, also know as a hard coat, involves a process where tin oxide is baked onto the surface of the glass. We will just take a basic look at the atmosphere's influence on incoming solar radiation; we won't discuss winds and circulation patterns at this point. Jet airliners fly in this layer, for it is far less turbulent than the underlying troposphere. This layer is relatively poorly studied, for it is above the reach of most aircraft but below the altitude where satellites orbit. Embedded within the thermosphere are several layers of the ionosphere; regions where ionized gas particles can reflect radio waves, a feature that people used to send messages beyond the line-of-sight range of the horizon before the advent of satellites. Most radio waves do make it to the ground, along with a narrow "window" of IR, UV, and visible light frequencies. This cycling of the IR radiation's energy through the lower atmosphere warms our planet to a much more comfortable temperature than the frigid range that we calculated for an airless world. To observe ultraviolet, x-rays, gamma rays or infrared, astronomers have had to put telescopes outside of Earth's atmosphere -normally in orbit around the Earth. Infrared AstronomyWater vapor in the atmosphere absorbs much of the infrared radiation from space so the infrared observatories on Earth are located on high, dry mountains such as Mauna Kea in Hawaii. If I put a business card at the end of a 4" thick piece of Plexi 8 ft long, you could read it perfectly. In contrast, longwaved radio and mobile phone signals are safe because they carry much lesser energy.
As more incoming radiation is absorbed, these car interior surfaces will become increasingly warmer and, in turn, increasingly warm the interior ambient air. VL is part of the electromagnetic spectrum which we can detect with our eyes; thus, this spectrum is visible to us.
However, these air ventilators typically suffer from having low air flow rates due to low-powered fans. Recall the dashboard temperature can reach as high as 80 degrees Celsius, and this is a source of much heat exchange in the front car cabin area as compared to the cabin rear. Nevertheless, given enough time, the car cabin temperature under the protection of a sunshade would eventually reach the same heat levels as that without a sunshade protection. The sunshade only cooled the car cabin by an average of 2 degrees Celsius (with a maximum reduction of 6 degrees Celsius), whereas the tint cooled by an average of 5 degrees Celsius (with a maximum reduction of 8 degrees Celsius).
In: International Conference on Mechanical, Automobile and Robotics Engineering (ICMAR’2012). Paper presented at International Body Engineering Conference & Exposition, October, Detroit, MI, USA.
A Forming a covalent bond with the glass, the resulting baked-on pyrolytic or hard coat low-E is extremely durable. The troposphere is warmest near ground level, and cools gradually the higher up in it one goes.
The stratosphere extends upward from the top of the troposphere to an altitude of about 50 km.
Our atmosphere is opaque across much of the IR spectrum; take a look again at the image above that shows how much of the incoming IR radiation from the Sun fails to make it to the ground.
This explains why the IR remote on my entertainment center works like a champ on the TV and DVR but sucks on the audio amplifier (which has a different IR band). A sunshade placed only in the front windshield also offered little cooling effect to the rear of the car cabin.
Jasni and Nasir also found that air ventilators performed better than sunshade in rejecting heat but not as well as the window tint.
A Alternatively, sputtered low-E makes use of silver oxide and is referred to as soft coat low-E. Many of the atoms and molecules in the thermosphere (and above) have lost electrons, thus becoming electrically charged ions; so the motions of particles in the upper atmosphere are partially influenced by electrical currents and Earth's magnetic field. On the way in, most of the EM radiation is in the form of visible light, which easily passes through clear air.
The best solution for infrared observing is to put a telescope in orbit above the Earth and use radio to send data back to Earth. But it is these three wavelength groups, UV, VL, and IR, that collectively contribute to warming our car cabin. A Sputtered or soft coat low-E is applied in one, two, and three layers onto the surface of the glass. At this point a critical player in the climate drama enters the scene - the Greenhouse Effect! On the way, back up, however, much of the radiation is in the form of infrared, which is absorbed and thus stopped before it reaches space. The Herschel Space Observatory was launched in May 2009 and the Spitzer Space Telescope was launched in August 2003. Earth's atmosphere, like the panes of glass in the greenhouse, traps much of the infrared radiation, and the heat that it carries, warming our planet.
Herschel's primary mirror is 3.5 meters in diameter and the telescope is designed for infrared wavelengths from 55 to 672 µm.
A Thus, sputtered (soft coat) low-E is applied to the interior surface of the glass that faces the sealed air space in a dual or triple glazed unit. Several different gases play a role in this greenhouse effect; water vapor, carbon dioxide, and methane are amongst the most prominent.
Spitzer's primary mirror is 0.85 meters across and it is designed for wavelengths of 3 to 180 µm. Infrared observatories in space must be kept very cold because otherwise infrared radiation from the telescope itself would interfere with its ability to observe infrared radiation from space. Spitzer recently exhausted its liquid helium coolant and only a few of its instruments are still being used.
The Hubble Space Telescope observes from an orbit about 559 km above the Earth at wavelengths from near infrared through the visible range and into the ultraviolet.
In May 2009 it was serviced again and should last until its successor, the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), is launched in 2014.
The JWST wil be optimized for infrared observation, however, and ground based observatories will be the main source of observations in the visible range when Hubble is no longer able to operate. The Kepler Space Telescope was launched in March, 2009, has a 1.4 meter diameter primary mirror, and observes in the visible and infrared range of wavelengths.
It has a very large field of view and is being used to search for Earth sized planets in our galaxy.X-ray AstronomyX-ray telescopes make it possible to study objects with temperatures between 106 and 108 K (between about 1 million and 100 million °C).
When atoms in a gas are this hot, they move so fast that when they collide, they emit X-ray photons with wavelengths less than 10 nm. The Earth's atmosphere blocks all X-rays from space, so space telescopes must be used to observe in these wavelengths.
X-rays have such high energy that the typical reflecting telescope design used for radio, infrared and optical telescopes cannot be used as the X-rays would just penetrate into the mirror.
Instead, mirrors are arranged in specially shaped tubes so that the X-rays coming into the telescope just skim off the surface of the mirror (similar to skipping a stone on the surface of a lake) and onto a detector. Two X-ray telescopes currently in space are the Chandra X-ray Observatory and the XMM-Newton.Gamma-Ray AstronomyGamma-ray telescopes such as the Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope do not use mirrors at all and instead have special detectors to measure the energy and direction of the most energetic electromagnetic radiation in the universe, gamma-rays. The Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope detects gamma-rays with energies from 10 keV to 300 GeV and and has a very large field of view. It sees approximately 20% of the sky at once, and can cover the entire sky every three hours.
Studying gamma-rays helps astronomers learn more about many things including active galactic nuclei, blazars, gamma-ray bursts, pulsars and solar flares.

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