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" Degrees it is wholly reflected, if lefs obliquely it is in great meafure tranfmitted. Now it is not to be imagined that Light at one... "
pt.1. [A treatise on physics - Pagina 210
di Jacques Rohault - 1735
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Opticks:: Or, A Treatise of the Reflections, Refractions, Inflections and ...

Sir Isaac Newton - 1730 - 382 pagine
...out of Glafs into Air be incident more obliquely than at an Angle of 40 or 4 1 Degrees it is wholly reflected, if lefs obliquely it is in great meafure...tranfmitted. Now it is not to be imagined that Light at one degree of obliquity fhould meet with Pores enough in the Air to tranfmit the greater part of it, and...
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Opticks: Or, A Treatise of the Reflections, Refractions, Inflections and ...

Isaac Newton - 1730 - 382 pagine
...out of Glafs into Air be incident more obliquely than at an Angle of 40 or 4 1 Degrees it is wholly reflected, if lefs obliquely it is in great meafure...tranfmitted. Now it is not to be imagined that Light at t one degree of obliquity mould meet with Pores enough in the Air to tranfmit the greater part of it,...
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Cyclomathesis: or, An easy introduction to the several branches of ..., Volume 6

William Emerson - 1768
...air, fall at a greater angle than 40 or 41 degrees, it is all reflected, if more perpendicular it is tranfmitted. Now it is not to be imagined, that light at one angle of incidence mould meet with pores enow to tranfmit it ; and at another incidence little different,...
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An Essay on the Investigation of the First Principles of Nature ..., Volume 1

Felix O'Gallagher - 1784 - 399 pagine
..." than at an angle of 40 or 41 degrees, it is " wholly reflected ; if lefs obliquely, it is in '* a great meafure tranfmitted. Now it is " not to be imagined that light at one de" Tee of obliquity fhould meet with pores w enough in the air to tranfmit the greater *' pavt of...
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An Introduction to Natural Philosophy: Illustrated with Copper Plates, Volume 1

William Nicholson - 1796
...of 40 or CAUSE OF REFLECTION. 365 41 degrees, it is wholly reflected; if lefs obliquely, it is in a great meafure tranfmitted. Now, it is not to be imagined that light, at one degree of obliquity, fhouid meet with pores enough in the air to tranfmit the greater part of it, and...
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