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" But these hopes were disappointed: everything that ingenuity and perseverance could accomplish was tried by Mr. Varley and Mr. Pritchard, under the patronage of Dr. Goring. It appeared however that the great reflective power, the doubly-refracting property,... "
A Practical Treatise on the Use of the Microscope: Including the Different ... - Page 71
by John Quekett - 1855 - 556 pages
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The Penny Cyclopędia of the Society for the Diffusion of ..., Volumes 15-16

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1839
...furnish valuable materials for lenses, inasmuch as the refractions would be accomplished by shallower curves, and consequently with diminished spherical...which were tried, much more than counterbalanced the benefit* arising from their greater refractive power, and left no doubt of the superiority of skilfully...
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The Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Difussion of Useful ..., Volume 15

1839
...furnish valuable materials for lenses, inasmuch as the refractions would be accomplished by shallower curves, and consequently with diminished spherical...appeared however that the great reflective power, ihe doubly-refracting property, the colour, and the heterogeneous structure of the jewels which were...
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The Penny Cyclopędia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge

1839
...ingenuity and perseverance could •ecootplish was tried by Mr. Varley and Mr. Pritcbard, under ii. patronage of Dr. Goring. It appeared however that...reflective power, the doubly-refracting property, tbe colour, and the heterogeneous structure of tbe jewels whtrfc were tried, much more than counterbalanced...
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The microscope: its history, construction, and applications ...

Jabez Hogg - Microscopes - 1854 - 440 pages
...and consequently with diminished spherical aberration. But these hopes were disappointed. Every thing that ingenuity and perseverance could accomplish was...appeared, however, that the great reflective power, the doubly -refracting property, the colour, and the heterogeneous structure of the jewels which were tried,...
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The microscope; its history, construction, and application

1854
...furnish valuable materials for lenses, inasmuch as the refractions would be accomplished by shallower curves, and consequently with diminished spherical aberration. But these hopes were disappointed. Every thing that ingenuity and perseverance could accomplish was tried by Mr. Varley and Mr. Pritchard,...
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The Microscope

Jabez Hogg - 1856 - 457 pages
...furnish valuable materials for lenses, inasmuch as the refractions would be accomplished by shallower curves, and consequently with diminished spherical aberration. But these hopes were disappointed. Every thing that ingenuity and perseverance could accomplish was tried by Mr. Varley and Mr. Pritchard,...
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The national cyclopędia of useful knowledge

1879
...furnish valuable materials for lenses, inasmuch as the refractions would be accomplished by shallower curves, and consequently with diminished spherical aberration. But these hopes were disappointed. The great reflective power, the doubly-refracting property, the colour, and the heterogeneous structure...
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