An experimental treatise on optics, comprehending the leading principles of the science, and an explanation of the more important and curious optical instruments and optical phenomena being the third part of a course of natural philosophy, compiled for the use of the students of the university at Cambridge, New England. By John Farrar ...
|Main Author:||Farrar, John, 1779-1853.|
|Other Authors:||Biot, Jean-Baptiste, 1774-1862.|
Cambridge, N.E., Printed by Hilliard and Metcalf, 1826.
Blank pages interpersed.
Binderhs lettering: Cambridge optics.
Selected from Biot's Précis élémentaire de physique experimental.
vii, 350 p., vi fold. pl.
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