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Elements of Chemistry: Including the Recent Discoveries and Doctrines of the ... - Page 59
by Edward Turner - 1835 - 682 pages
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A treatise on fluxions: in two volumes

Colin MacLaurin - Calculus - 1801
...given medium thatactsupon itin parallel linesperpendicular to the planes that terminate the medium, the sine of the angle of refraction is to the sine of the angle of incidence in an invariable ratio, and the velocity with which the rajr emerges at E is to the velocity of itsincidenceat...
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A Plain Elementary and Practical System of Natural Experimental Philosophy ...

John Ewing - Physics - 1809 - 538 pages
...is, the velocity of the ray of light in the rarer medium is to its velocity in the denser medium, as the sine of the angle of refraction is to the sine of the angle of incidence. QED Cor. As the difference between the velocities of a ray, moving in any two given mediums, must always...
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Library of Useful Knowledge: Natural philosophy, Volume 1

Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain) - Science - 1829
...corresponding angle of refraction at the surface R' S'. By making the following proportion, therefore as the sine of the angle of refraction is to the sine of the angle of incidence, so is unity to the index of refractive power^-that is, dividing the sine of the angle of incidence...
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A Treatise on Optics

Sir David Brewster - Optics - 1831 - 383 pages
...preceding methods, we may determine the index of refraction for any prism by the following analogy. As the sine of the angle of refraction is to the sine of the angle of incidence, so is unity to the index of refraction ; or the index of refraction is equal to the sine of the angle...
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A treatise on light and vision

Humphrey Lloyd - 1831
...formed by lines drawn from the centre of the earth to the extreme points of the refracted ray, that the sine of the angle of refraction is to the sine of the apparent zenith distance, as the radius of the earth to the radius of the exterior surface of the homogeneous...
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A Treatise on Optics...: First American Edition, with an Appendix ...

Sir David Brewster - Microscopes - 1833 - 95 pages
...preceding methods, we may determine the index of refraction for any prism by the following analogy. As the sine of the angle of refraction is to the sine of the angle of incidence, so is unity to the index of refraction ; or the index of refraction is equal to the sine of the angle...
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The physiology of vision

William Mackenzie - 1841
...or The relative index, then, of the separating surface of these two media is 1.0304. In other words, the sine of the angle of refraction is to the sine of the angle of incidence, as 1 to 1.0304. On similar principles, if we suppose an immediate passage of the ray from the aqueous humour...
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A manual of chemistry on the basis of Dr. Turner's Elements of chemistry ...

John Johnston, Edward Turner - Chemistry - 1842 - 480 pages
...angles to PP . Then may la be considered the sine of the angle ofincidence, and EC the ' of the angle of refraction. The second law denotes...being once determined, each ray must conform itself to H, so that any anele of incidence being given, the direction of the retracted ray may be foretold....
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A Manual of Chemistry on the Basis of Dr. Turner's Elements of Chemistry ...

John Johnston - Chemistry - 1843 - 480 pages
...E, where the course of the ray cuts the circle, let fall la, EC at right angles to PP'. Then may la be considered the sine of the angle of incidence,...direction of the refracted ray may be foretold. Thus, if ?'C be a second ray incident at C, of which ib is the sine of the angle of incidence, the ray will...
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A Treatise on Optics

Sir David Brewster - Optics - 1844 - 418 pages
...preceding methods, we may determine the index of refraction for any prism by the following analogy. As the sine of the angle of refraction is to the sine of the angle of incidence, so is unity to the index of refraction ; or the index of refraction is equal to the sine of the angle...
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