Human Tissue Authority codes of practice
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After studying this course, you will be able to:

  • retrieve, evaluate and interpret data and information about the Moon

  • interpret simple tables

  • express, manipulate and compare very small numbers.


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2.3 Broadband spectra

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  • Why is it necessary to use logarithmic axes?

  • Because both the spectral flux density, Fλ, and the wavelength vary by many powers of 10.

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