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lux

 (lx) [luks]
the SI unit of illumination, being 1 lumen per square meter.

lux (lx),

(lŭks),
A unit of light or illumination; the reception of a luminous flux of 1 lumen per square meter of surface.
[L. light]

lux

(lŭks)
A unit of light or illumination; the reception of a luminous flux of 1 lumen per square meter of surface.
Synonym(s): candle-meter, meter-candle.
[L. light]

Lux

A standard unit of measure for illumination.
Mentioned in: Phototherapy

lux

SI unit of illuminance. It is the illuminance produced by a luminous flux of one lumen uniformly distributed over a surface area of one square metre. Symbol: lx.
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