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" Thus, if the light be homogeneous, a bright line of light will be formed under the centre of the opaque object AB, outside which will be dark lines, and then bright and dark lines alternately. If the arrangement of these lines be examined, they will be... "
Optics: Light and Sight Theoretically and Practically Considered, with Their ... - Page 100
by Edward Nugent - 1870 - 268 pages
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Hand-books of Natural Philosophy and Astronomy: Mechanics. Hydrostatics ...

Dionysius Lardner - 1851
...398., and in this case all the phenomena of interference already described in 1231. will ensue. Thus, if the light be homogeneous, a bright line of light...and then bright and dark lines alternately. If the arrangment of these lines be examined, they will be found to be hyperbolic, as exhibited mfig- 395.,...
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Hand-books of Natural Philosphy and Astronomy

Dionysius Lardner, D.C.L. - 1854
...398., and in this case all the phenomena of interference already described in 1231. will ensue. Thus, if the light be homogeneous, a bright line of light will be formed under the centre of the opaque ^m object AB, outside which will be dark lines, and then //Jim bright and dark lines alternately. If...
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Optics

Dionysius Lardner - 1856 - 432 pages
...in fig. 147., and in this case all the phenomena of interference already described will ensue. Thus, if the light be homogeneous, a bright line of light...of these lines be examined, they will be found to be hyperbolic, as exhibited in Jig. 144., and to vary in their relative distance with the quality of...
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A Hand-book of Optics

Dionysius Lardner - 1858 - 279 pages
...398., and in this case all the phenomena of interference already described in 1231. will ensue. Thus, if the light be homogeneous, a bright line of light...and then bright and dark lines alternately. If the arrangment of these lines be examined, they will be found to be hyperbolic, as exhibited in fig. 395.,...
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Hand-books of Natural Philosophy and Astronomy, Volume 1

Dionysius Lardner - 1859
...arrangment of these lines be examined, they will be found to be hyperbolic, as exhibited mf*. 395., and to vary in their relative distance with the quality...If the light radiating from such focus be compound solar light, then a series of coloured fringes will be formed, as already explained. 1237. Examples...
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The Microscope: Its History, Construction, and Application, Being a Familiar ...

Jabez Hogg - 1867 - 752 pages
...pencils formed by inflection will intersect, and all the phenomena of interference will ensue. Thus, if the light be homogeneous, a bright line of light...will be formed under the centre of the opaque object, outside of which will be dark lines, and then bright and dark lines alternately. If the light be compound...
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A Treatise on Optics; or, light and sight, theoretically and practically ...

Edward NUGENT (Civil Engineer) - 1868
...impossible by any means to render inequalities of such a size visible. The Smallest Magnitude visible ly a Microscope. — If any object whose diameter is...quality of the light which radiates from the focus F. If the light radiating from such focus be compound light from the sun, then a series of coloured...
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Optics

Dionysius Lardner - 1869 - 440 pages
...arrangement of these lines be examined, they will be found to be hyperbolic, as exhibited rafig. I44& and to vary in their relative distance with the quality...If the light radiating from such focus be compound solar light, then a series of coloured fringes will be formed, as already explained. 235. Examples...
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The Microscopist; Or, A Complete Manual on the Use of the Microscope ...

Joseph Henry Wythe - 1877 - 259 pages
...formed by inflection will intersect, and all the phenomena of interference will become evident. Thus, if the light be homogeneous, a bright line of light...will be formed under the centre of the opaque object, outside of which will be dark lines, and then bright and dark lines alternately. If the light be compound...
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The Microscopist, or, a complete manual on the use of the microscope ...

Joseph Henry Wythe - 1877 - 259 pages
...formed by inflection will intersect, and all the phenomena of interference will become evident. Thus, if the light be homogeneous, a bright line of light...will be formed under the centre of the opaque object, outside of which will be dark lines, and then bright and dark lines alternately. If the light be compound...
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