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Angle of refraction

Angle of refraction

(Science: optics) The angle that a ray leaving a refracting medium makes with a line drawn perpendicular to the surface of this medium.


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... from the underside of the "callus" at a slightly curved angle. It can be removed, but only with the greatest pertenacity and a very ... install it, I cut it, fuse it or termnate a connector, and test it for refraction and loss. I suppose I could ask the engineers or get the product ...

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