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'''Abney's Law of additivity''' states that the total [[luminance]] composed of a mixture of wavelengths is equal to the sum of the luminance of its monochromatic components.
 
'''Abney's Law of additivity''' states that the total [[luminance]] composed of a mixture of wavelengths is equal to the sum of the luminance of its monochromatic components.
   
==This is not luminance, it is perceived brightness!!!==
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==See also==
 
* [[Luminous power]]
 
* [[Luminous power]]
 
* [[Abney effect]]
 
* [[Abney effect]]

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Abney's Law of additivity states that the total luminance composed of a mixture of wavelengths is equal to the sum of the luminance of its monochromatic components.

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