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stmbtwle

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Bingo! [biggrin]

Want to bet he's one of those "hungry lawyers" I mentioned?

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Want to bet he's one of those "hungry lawyers" I mentioned?

I'm leaning toward "wannabe decider" ... "Bush clone"

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Or Trump clone.

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Kindly step out of politics and tell me about some proper source from which I can learn about the % of reflection and the % of absorption. Close figures too will be fine.
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Lipstick on a tiger.


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We told you. If you need a website, there's always Google.

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We told you.
Where? I can't see any mention of any kind of source in this regards. What you have told is that a % is reflected and the rest is absorbed and radiated as heat. Question is what is the % that is reflected? If I know that the rest is easy.
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Question is what is the % that is reflected? If I know that the rest is easy.

Liar liar pants on fire, you never ask what percentage is reflected, you ask what happens to the part that is not converted (to electrical energy).  Your question has been answered.

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