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Libros Libros 11 - 15 de 15 sobre ... is 474,439,680,000,000. All these waves enter the eye in a second. In the same...
" ... is 474,439,680,000,000. All these waves enter the eye in a second. In the same interval 699,000,000,000,000 waves of violet light enter the eye. "
Notes of a Course of Nine Lectures on Light: Delivered at the Royal ... - Página 35
por John Tyndall - 1870 - 74 páginas
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The Physiology of Man: Special senses. generation

Austin Flint - 1874
...of an inch. The waves which produce the other colors of the spectrum lie between these extremes. " The velocity of light being 192,000 miles in a second,...39,000, we obtain the number of waves of red light in 192,000 miles ; the product is 474,439,680,000,000. All of these waves enter the eye in a second. In...
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Science Record: A Compendium of Scientific Progress and Discovery During the ...

Alfred Ely Beach - 1874
...^ip-j- ; yellow, ^TJTB-. In fact, 'the color of light is determined solely by its wave length.' Now the velocity of light being 192,000 miles in a second, if we ascertain the number of waves of each color in a mile and multiply this by 192,000, we obtain the number...
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Acoustics, Light, and Heat

William Lees - 1877 - 299 páginas
...length of a wave of red light is about asooo of an inch; that of a wave of violet light is about H750Q of an inch. The waves which produce the other colours of the spectrum lie between these extremes."* " The colours of transparent media, such as coloured glasses, crystals, resins and liquids, depend...
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Transactions of the Manchester Geological Society, Volumen24

1896
...length of a wave of red light is about '§5^5 of an inch, that of a wave of violet light is about ^j of an inch. The waves which produce the other colours of the spectrum lie between these extremes. The power which fluor spar possesses of unravelling white light arises from the circumstance that the...
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The Procession of Planets

Franklin Hermann Heald - 1901 - 93 páginas
...which certain colored rays undulate, or^ wave, say; "The velocity of light being 192,000 miles per second, if we multiply this number by 39,000, we obtain the number of waves of red light in 192,000 miles. The productis 474,439,680,000,000. All these waves enter the eye in a single second....
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