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" Inch, subtended an Angle at the Prism of about half a Degree, which is the Sun's apparent Diameter. But the Length of the Image was about ten Inches and a quarter, and the Length of the Rectilinear Sides about eight Inches; and the refracting Angle of... "
Spectrum analysis, 6 lects - Page 33
by sir Henry Enfield Roscoe - 1870
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Opticks: Or, A Treatise of the Reflections, Refractions, Inflections and ...

Isaac Newton - 1730 - 382 pages
...by a quarter of an Inch, fubtended an Angle at the Prifm of about half a Degree, which is the Sun's apparent Diameter. But the Length of the Image was...about eight Inches ; and the refracting Angle of the Prifm, whereby fo great a Length was made, was 64 degrees. With a Ms Angle the Length of the Image...
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The Elements of Optics: Designed for the Use of Students in the University

James Wood - 1801 - 251 pages
...by a quarter of an inch, fubtended an angle at the prifm of about half a degree, which is the fun's apparent diameter. But the length of the image was...inches and a quarter, and the length of the rectilinear fides about eight inches; ancj • • Left. Opt. PI Prop. XXVr ', and the refracting angle of the...
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The Panorama of Science and Art: Embracing the Sciences of ..., Volume 1

James Smith - 1815
...length was about 10j inches, and the length of its rectilinear sides about eight inches ; and ACB, the refracting angle of the prism, whereby so great a length was made, was 64 degrees. With a less angle, the length of the image was less, the breadth remaining the same. It is...
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Encyclopaedia Britannica; Or A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and ..., Volume 15

1823
...• and ACB, tbe refracting angle of the prism, by which, so great a length was made, was 64 degrees. With a less angle the length of the image was less, the breadth remaining the same. It is farther to be observed, that tbe rays went on in straight lines from the prism to the image,...
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A Manual of Natural and Experimental Philosophy: Being the ..., Volume 2

Charles Frederick Partington - 1828
...about 2| inches, but its length was about KH inches, and the length of its rectilinear sides about 8 inches ; and the refracting angle of the prism, whereby so great a length was made, was 64 degrees. With a less angle, the length of the image was less, the breadth remaining the same. It is...
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The Penny Mechanic and Chemist: A Magazine of the Arts and Sciences, Volume 6

1841
...of about half-adegree, which is the sun's apparent diameter. But the length of the image was abput ten inches and a quarter, and the length of the rectilinear...the prism, whereby so great a length was made, was C4°. With a less angle, the length of the image was less, the breadth remaining the same. It is farther...
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The British Cyclopaedia of the Arts, Sciences, History, Geography ...

1838
...length was about lo't inches, and the length of its rectilinear sides about eight inches ; and ACB, the refracting angle of the prism, whereby so great...the image was less, the breadth remaining the same. It is further to be observed that the rays went on in straight lines from the prism to the image, and...
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The Theory of Light

Thomas Preston - 1890 - 465 pages
...but the length of the image was about 10 J inches, and the length of the rectilinear sides about 8 inches, and the refracting angle of the prism, whereby so great a length was made, was 64 degrees. With a less angle the length of the image was less, the breadth remaining the same. If the...
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A Short History of the Progress of Scientific Chemistry in Our Own Times

Sir William Augustus Tilden - 1899 - 276 pages
...by a quarter of an inch, subtended an angle at the prism of about half a degree, which is the sun's apparent diameter. But the length of the image was...the image was less, the breadth remaining the same. . . . Now, the different magnitude of the hole in the window-shut and different thickness of the prism...
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A Short History of the Progress of Scientific Chemistry in Our Own Times

Sir William Augustus Tilden - 1899 - 276 pages
...by a quarter of an inch, subtended an angle at the prism of about half a degree, which is the sun's apparent diameter. But the length of the image was...a less angle the length of the image was less, the breadtl1 remaining the same. . . . Now, the different magnitude of the hole in the window-shut and...
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