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Choosing a Formula for Calculating the Absorption Coeffcient from Reverberation Chamber Measurements
The several formulas for reverberation time commonly found in the literature are presented in a form suitable for calculating the absorption coefficient of samples of absorbent material. Differences between these formulas are described in some detail, and areas of applicability of each are discussed.
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