When light passes from any given medium into another, no matter what may be the angle of incidence, it always conforms to the following laws : 1. The planes of incidence and refraction coincide, both being normal to the surface separating the media, at... The Elements of Acoustics, Light, and Heat - Page 59by John Charles Buckmaster - 1871 - 186 pagesFull view - About this book
| William Holms Chambers Bartlett - Optics - 1859 - 408 pages
...refracted sound ; sin? =_ simp, (29). That is to say, in the refraction of sound the sine of the Rule. **angle of incidence is equal to the sine of the angle of refraction multiplied** into the ratio obtained by dividing the velocity before incidence by that after refraction. '! Application... | |
| John Charles Buckmaster - Physics - 1864 - 216 pages
...separating the media at the point of incidence. 2. The sine of the angle of incidence is equal to the line **of the angle of refraction multiplied by a constant...medium. It is called the index of refraction. Let A** (Fig. 14) be the point of incidence separating air from water. With A as a centre describe the circle... | |
| Adolphe Ganot - Physics - 1865 - 524 pages
...it always conforms to the following laws : 1. The planes of incidence and refraction coincide, bot7t **being normal to the surface separating the media,...given medium. It is called the index of refraction.** What is the point of incidence? Illustrate. The refracted ray ? Illustrate. The angle and plane of... | |
| Adolphe Ganot, William Guy Peck - Physics - 1871 - 516 pages
...into another, no matter what may be the angle of incidence, it always conforms to the following laws : **1. The planes of incidence and refraction coincide,...angle of refraction multiplied by a constant quantity.** This constant multiplier is called the index of refraction, and is equal to the ratio of the velocities... | |
| Adolphe Ganot - Physics - 1875 - 516 pages
...into another, no matter what may be the angle of incidence, it always conforms to the following laws : **1. The planes of incidence and refraction coincide,...angle of refraction multiplied by a constant quantity.** This constant multiplier is called the index of refraction, and is equal to the ratio of the velocities... | |
| Adolphe Ganot - Physics - 1875 - 826 pages
...of incidence and refraction coincide, both being normal to the surface separating the media, at tht **point of incidence. 2. The sine of the angle of incidence...of the angle of refraction multiplied by a constant** quanThis constant multiplier is called the index of refraction, and is equal to the ratio of the velocities... | |
| Adolphe Ganot - Physics - 1875 - 516 pages
...incidence and refraction are in a plane normal to the deviating surface at tne point of incidence, and **the sine of the angle of incidence is equal to the sine of the angle of** refraction multiplled by a constant quantity, called the refractive index. Echoes. 154. An echo is... | |
| Popular encyclopedia - 1879 - 534 pages
...normal to the surface. The angle of incidence is always equal to the angle of reflection. The tine **of the angle of incidence is equal to the sine of the angle of 'refraction multiplied by a** certain number, called the index of refraction. INCLEDON, BENJAMIN CHARLES, an English vocalist, born... | |
| Alexander Duane - Medicine - 1896 - 720 pages
...refracted ray respectively with this perpendicular are called the angle of incidence and angle of r. **The sine of the angle of incidence is equal to the sine of the angle of** r. multiplied by a constant quantity (Law of sines). This constant which measures the refractivity... | |
| 1901 - 816 pages
...the parts moved by muscles which are stimulated by the motor fibers of the same nerve. L. of Sines, **the sine of the angle of incidence is equal to the sine of the angle of** reflection multiplied by a constant quantity. Talt'S 1., in every case of pelvic or abdominal disease... | |
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