spectral photon radiance, \(L_{\textrm{p}\lambda}\)

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The @P04639@, \(L_{\text{p}}\), at @W06659@ per unit @W06659@ interval. The SI unit is \(\mathrm{s}^{- 1}\ \mathrm{m}^{- 3}\ \mathrm{sr}^{- 1}\), but a commonly used unit is \(\mathrm{s}^{- 1}\ \mathrm{m}^{- 2}\ \mathrm{sr}^{- 1}\ \mathrm{nm}^{- 1}\). Alternatively, the term can be used with the amount of photons (mol or its equivalent @E01914@) the SI unit then being \(\mathrm{mol}\ \mathrm{s}^{- 1}\ \mathrm{m}^{- 3}\ \mathrm{sr}^{- 1}\) and the common unit \(\mathrm{mol}\ \mathrm{s}^{- 1}\ \mathrm{m}^{- 2}\ \mathrm{sr}^{- 1}\ \mathrm{nm}^{- 1}\).
Source:
PAC, 1996, 68, 2223. (Glossary of terms used in photochemistry (IUPAC Recommendations 1996)) on page 2276 [Terms] [Paper]