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" ... 21. I have not up to the present seen my way to going further. It is certainly very extraordinary and paradoxical that light should suffer total or all but total reflection at a transparent stratum of the very same substance, merely differing in orientation^... "
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London - Page 179
by Royal Society (Great Britain) - 1885
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Mathematical And Physical Papers -- Vol. 5.

Sir George Gabriel Stokes - 1905
...further. It is certainly very extraordinary and paradoxical that light should suffer total or all but total reflection at a transparent stratum of the very...quite moderate incidences, and only within very narrow limits of the angle of incidence*. [POSTSCRIPT, from Nature, Vol. xxxn, p. 224, July 9, 1885.] The...
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Mathematical and physical papers, Volume 5

George Gabriel Stokes - Mathematics - 1905
...further. It is certainly very extraordinary and paradoxical that light should suffer total or all but total reflection at a transparent stratum of the very...quite moderate incidences, and only within very narrow limits of the angle of incidence*. [POSTSCRIPT, from Nature, Vol. xxxn, p. 224, July 9, 1885.] The...
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The Theory of Light: A Treatise on Physical Optics, Part 1

Richard Cockburn Maclaurin - Interference (Light) - 1908 - 326 pages
...paradoxical," says Stokes, in describing the phenomenon, " that light should suffer total or. all but total reflection at a transparent stratum of the very...travelling, and that independently of its polarisation." It appears, however, from the above investigation that the theory accounts for the facts observed by Stokes....
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Scientific Papers: 1887-1892

John William Strutt Baron Rayleigh - Physics - 1902
...certainly very extraordinary and paradoxical that light should suffer total or all but total reflexion at a transparent stratum of the very same substance,...had been travelling, and that, independently of its polarization." From the first reading of Prof. Stokes's paper, I have been much impressed with the...
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mathematical and physical papers

...further. It is certainly very extraordinary and paradoxical that light should suffer total or all but total reflection at a transparent stratum of the very...quite moderate incidences, and only within very narrow limits of the angle of incidence*. [POSTSCRIPT, from Nature, Vol. xxxn, p. 224, July 9, 1885.] The...
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The Theory of Light

...paradoxical," says Stokes, in describing the phenomenon, " that light should suffer total or all but total reflection at a transparent stratum of the very...travelling, and that independently of its polarisation." It appears, however, from the above investigation that the theory accounts for the facts observed by Stokes....
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scientific papers

...certainly very extraordinary and paradoxical that light should suffer total or all but total reflexion at a transparent stratum of the very same substance,...had been travelling, and that, independently of its polarization." From the first reading of Prof. Stokes's paper, I have been much impressed with the...
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Philosophical Magazine

Physics - 1888
...certainly very extraordinary and paradoxical that light should suffer total or all but total reflexion at a transparent stratum of the very same substance,...had been travelling, and that, independently of its polarization." From the first reading of Prof. Stokes's paper, I have been much impressed with the...
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