| Isaac Newton - Optics - 1730 - 432 pages
...Incidence to the Sine of Refraction out of the firft Medium into any third Medium, and of the Proportion **of the Sine of Incidence to the Sine of Refraction out of** that third Medium into the fecond Medium. By the firft Theorem the Refractions of the Rays of every... | |
| Meteorology - 1723 - 1342 pages
...Sine of Refraction. Another refraded Ray FG, and MK being taken to the Semidiameter of the Circle in **the Ratio of the Sine of Incidence to the Sine of Refraction** ; let LM be joined, and laftly make the Angle under KMN equal to half the given Angle under EI H. This... | |
| Benjamin Martin - Mathematics - 1736 - 360 pages
...BH, making the Angle of Refraftion HBQ^ whofc SincKH:AF::3: 4. < If* CD be a Superficies of Glafs, **the Ratio of the Sine of Incidence, to the Sine of Refraction** in Glaft, is found by Experiments to be as 1 7 to n ; therefore the Incident Ray AC lhall be refraficdfrom... | |
| Sir Clifton Wintringham - Anatomy - 1740 - 370 pages
...Rays of the fame denomination, pafling from one Medium to another, is compounded of the proportion **of the Sine of Incidence to the Sine of Refraction out of** the firft Medium into any third, and of the proportion of the Sine of Incidence to the $me of Refraction)... | |
| Benjamin Martin - Electronic books - 1740 - 398 pages
...the Theorem in Art. 16. Chap. I. of Dioptrics, by putting I to R, as 4 to 3 ; which is the Proportion **of the Sine of Incidence, to the Sine of Refraction out of** Air into Water. 26. Let us now confider the refracted Ray AG, as reflected from the Concave Surface... | |
| James Wood - Geometrical optics - 1801 - 251 pages
...PROP. XXII. 1 08. Having given the ratio of the fines of incidence and , refraStion, when a ray paffes **out of one medium into each of two others, to find the ratio of** thf Jine of incidence to the fine ofrefraction out of one of the latter mediums into the other. Let... | |
| 1803 - 572 pages
...form of the undulations, Huygens deduced the obliquity of refraction ; and, whereas in other rases **.the ratio of the sine of incidence to the sine of refraction** (or ordinate of the spherical undulation) is given, so in the Ic< land crystal, he affirms the r.itio... | |
| René Just Haüy - Physics - 1807 - 486 pages
...thicknesses of the fluids at the places where the rings appeared, were nearly as 3 to 4, that is, in **the ratio of the sine of incidence to the sine of refraction,** when the light passes from water' into air. Newton imagined that this result might probably be extended... | |
| Thomas Thomson - Agriculture - 1814 - 516 pages
...amounts only to about 14", and at 40° /enith distance is insensible. Let 0 = the zenith distance ; m : 1 **the ratio of the sine of incidence to the sine of refraction** in air of the density of that at the surface ; a = radius of the earth, and I = height of an uniform... | |
| Science - 1814
...and at 40° zenith distance j» .insensible. • r_.;rT! «>H; Let 0 = the zenith distance ; m : 1 **the ratio of the sine of incidence to the sine of refraction** in air of the density of that at the surface ; a = radius of the earth, and I — height of an uniform... | |
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