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" C to all parts of the glass, and each plane surface will refract these rays to the eye, the same object will appear to the eye, in the direction of the rays which enter it through each surface. Thus, a ray... "
An Easy Grammar of Natural and Experimental Philosophy: For the Use of Schools - Page 81
by Sir Richard Phillips - 1811 - 152 pages
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Lectures on Select Subjects in Mechanics, Hydrostatics, Hydraulics ..., Volume 1

James Ferguson - Eclipses - 1823 - 406 pages
...objects as the glass contains plane surfaces. For, since rays will flow from the object C to all parts of the glass, and each plane surface will refract...the rays which enter it through each surface. Thus, a ray gi H, falling perpendicularly on the middle surface, will go through the glass ,to the eye without...
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A Grammar of Natural and Experimental Philosophy ...: With One Hundred ...

Sir Richard Phillips - Physics - 1826 - 234 pages
...the object C to all parts of the glass, and each plan* surface will refract these rays to the eye,the same object will appear to the eye in the direction...Thus the rays falling in the direction C i H will ihw the object in its true place at C, because there they suffer Dp refraction; but the rays falling...
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A Manual of Natural and Experimental Philosophy: Being the ..., Volume 2

Charles Frederick Partington - Science - 1828 - 468 pages
...objects as the glass contains plane surfaces. For, since rays will flow from the object O to all parts of the glass, and each plane surface will refract...the rays, which enter it through each surface. Thus, a ray O /, falling perpendicularly on the middle surface, will go through the glass to the eye, without...
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Scientific Dialogues Intended for the Instruction and Entertainment of Young ...

Jeremiah Joyce - Physical sciences - 1838 - 398 pages
...as A h, hd, d K. The ohject c will not appear magnified, hut as rays will 6ow from it to all parts of the glass, and each plane surface will refract these rays to the eye, the same ohject will appear to the eye in the di- &' ' rection of the rays which enter it through each surface....
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Lectures on Select Subjects in Mechanics, Hydrostatics, Pneumatics, Optics ...

James Ferguson - Astronomy - 1839 - 554 pages
...objects as the glass contains plane surfaces. For, since rays will flow from the object C to all parts of the glass, and each plane surface will refract...the rays which enter it through each surface. Thus, a ray gi H, falling perpendicularly on the middle surface, will go through the glass to the eye without...
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Scientific Dialogues for the Instruction and Entertainment of Young People ...

Jeremiah Joyce - Astronomy - 1852 - 400 pages
...as A b, bd, d B. The object c will not appear magnified, but as rays will flow from it to all parts of the glass, and each plane surface will refract...eye, the same object will appear to the eye in the di- !>• ' •ection of the rays which enter it through each surface. Thus a ray c / falling perpendicularly...
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Scientific dialogues for ... young people. Revised by J.W. Griffith

Jeremiah Joyce - 1855 - 620 pages
...bd, d B. The object c will not appear magnified, but as rays will flow from it to all parts of Fi 42 the glass, and each plane surface will refract these...the rays, which enter it through each surface. Thus a ray, ci, falling perpendicularly on the middle surface, will suffer no refraction, but show the object...
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