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" Waves upon water pass round to the back of an object on which they impinge, and the undulations of light in the same manner flow round at the back of the piece of wire, ab, Fig. "
Text-book on Chemistry: For the Use of Schools and Colleges - Seite 85
von John William Draper - 1852 - 408 Seiten
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A Text-book on Chemistry: For the Use of Schools and Colleges

John William Draper - 1847 - 408 Seiten
...this is succeeded on each side by a dark one ; this, again, by a bright one, and so on alternately." Upon the undulatory theory, all this is readily explained....the middle of its shadow, that is, along the lines ac, be, have gone through paths of equal length, and, therefore, when they encounter at the point e,...
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A Text-book on Chemistry: For the Use of Schools and Colleges

Henry Draper - 1868 - 507 Seiten
...and the undulations of light in the same manner flow round at the back of the cylinder ab, Fig. 80. And now it is plain that two series of waves which...passed from the sides of the obstacle to the middle -of the shadow, that is, along the lines ae, be, have gone through paths of equal length, and, therefore,...
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Harper's Magazine, Band 55

Henry Mills Alden, Frederick Lewis Allen, Lee Foster Hartman - 1877
...light in the same manner flow round at the back of the cylindrical object a 6. Now it is plain that the two series of waves which have passed from the sides...to the middle of its shadow — that is, along the Hues а е,Ь е — have gone through paths of equal length, and therefore when they encounter at...
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Harper's Magazine, Band 55

Henry Mills Alden, Frederick Lewis Allen, Lee Foster Hartman - 1877
...the same manner flow ronnd at the back of the cylindrical object a !•• Now it is plain that the two series of waves which have passed from the sides of the obstacle to the middle of ita shadow — that is, along the lines ae, be — have gone through paths of equal length, and therefore...
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