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Mathematical principles of natural philosophy. [Translated by Andrew Motte. Rev. by Florian Cajori] Optics. By Sir Isaac Newton. Treatise on light, by Christiaan Huygens. [Translated by Silvanus P. Thompson]

Main Author: Newton, Isaac, 1642-1727.
Related Names: Thompson, Silvanus P. 1851-1916, tr., Cajori, Florian 1859-1930., Motte, Andrew d. 1734, tr., Huygens, Christiaan 1629-1695., Newton, Isaac 1642-1727.
Language(s): English ; Undetermined
Published: Chicago, Encyclopædia Britannica [1955, c1952]
Subjects: Refraction, Double > Early works to 1800.
Wave theory of light > Early works to 1800.
Optics > Early works to 1800.
Celestial mechanics > Early works to 1800.
Mechanics > Early works to 1800.
Physical Description: xi, 619 p. illus. 25 cm.
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