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" ... parts, the orange 27, the yellow 48, the green 60, the blue 60, the indigo 40, and the violet 80... "
A Treatise on Optics - Page 71
by David Brewster, Alexander Dallas Bache - 1833 - 95 pages
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A Compendious System of Natural Philosophy:: With Notes Containing ..., Volume 2

John Rowning - 1745 - 476 pages
...divided lengthwife into 360 equal Parts, the Red mall take up 45 of them, the Orange 27, the Tellow 48, the Green 60, the Blue 60, the Indigo 40, and the Violet 8ofTo f Sir Ifaac Newton in his Optics has (hewn, how from the Refraftion of the moll refrangible and...
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A Compendious System of Natural Philosophy: With Notes, Containing ..., Volume 2

John Rowning - 1753 - 490 pages
...divided lengthwife into 360 equal Parts, the Red {hall take up 45 of them, the Orange 27, the Tellow 48, the Green 60, the Blue 60, the Indigo 40, and the Violet 80 f. Tq f Sir Ifaac Newton in his Opitics has {hewn, how from the Refraction of the mod refrangible and...
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Tables and Tracts, Relative to Several Arts and Sciences

James Ferguson - 1767 - 356 pages
...divided into 360, equal parts. t - • ..." • The red, 45 parts; the orange, 27: the yellow, 48; the green, 60; the blue, 60 ; the indigo, 40 ; and the violet, 80. i_. If the flat upper furface of a top be divided into 360 equal parts, all around its edge, and be...
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Elements of Chemical Philosophy

Sir Humphry Davy - 1812 - 352 pages
...called, be divided into 360 parts, the red will occupy 45 of these parts, the orange 27, the yellow 48, the green 60, the blue 60, the indigo 40, and the violet 80. The red rays are least refracted, the violet rays most, and the other coloured rays are refrangible...
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Experimental Researches Concerning the Philosophy of Permanent ..., Volume 1

Edward Bancroft - 1814 - 468 pages
...spectrum be divided into 360 parts, the red will occupy 45 of these parts, the orange 27, the yellow 48, the green 60, the blue 60, the indigo 40, and the violet 80; and that the red are refracted the least; the violet the most; and the other rays inversely in the...
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The Panorama of Science and Art: Embracing the Sciences of ..., Volume 1

James Smith - 1815 - 684 pages
...divided into oüO equal parts, the red should occupy 45 of these parts, the orange 27, the yellow 48, the green 60, the blue 60, the indigo 40, and the violet SO. It may be supposed that the seven primary colours might be reduced to three, viz. red, blue, and...
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Popular Voyages and Travels Throughout the Continent & Islands of Europe: In ...

Mrs. Jamieson (Frances Thurtle) - 1820 - 538 pages
...divided into 360 equal parts, the red will occupy 45 of these parts, the orange 27, the yellow 48, the green 60, the blue 60, the indigo 40, and the violet 80. " As a ray of the sun may be separated into these seven primitive colours, so, by their mixture in...
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A manual of chemistry, Volume 1

William Thomas Brande - 1821 - 508 pages
...divided into 360 equal parts, the red rays will occupy 45 of these parts, the orange 27, the yellow 48, the green 60, the blue 60, the indigo 40, and the violet 80. Of these rays, the red being least refrangible, fall nearest that spot which they would have passed...
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Universal Science Or the Cabinet of Nature and Art, Comprising ..., Volume 2

Alexander Jamleson - 1821 - 456 pages
...360 equal parts, the red will be found to occupy 45 of those parts; the orange 27; the yellow 48 ; the green 60; the blue 60; the indigo 40; and the violet 80. 3. As bodies reflect one or other of these colours, so they are denominated: those that reflect the...
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A Dictionary of Chemistry, on the Basis of Mr. Nicholson's: In ..., Volume 2

Andrew Ure - 1821 - 19 pages
...spectrum as it is called, be divided into 360 parts, the red will occupy 45, the orange 27, the yellow 48, the green 60, the blue 60, the indigo 40, and the violet 80. The red rays being least bent by the prism, from the direction of the white beam, are said to be least...
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