How To Use Catoptrics In A Sentence

  • The law of reflection was known as early as the time of Euclid, about 320 b.c., and to this geometrician was attributed, although probably erroneously, a "Treatise on Mirrors", in which the principles of catoptrics were correctly set forth. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss
  • 30 This case contradicts a received principle in catoptrics A Essay Towards a New Theory of Vision
  • Whatever the reasons, the fact is that considerable progress had already been made in both catoptrics, the study of reflected light, and dioptrics, the study of refraction. Dictionary of the History of Ideas
  • Whatever the reasons, the fact is that considerable progress had already been made in both catoptrics, the study of reflected light, and dioptrics, the study of refraction. Dictionary of the History of Ideas
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