Newton’s rings

Newton’s rings
Niutono žiedai statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. Newton’s rings vok. Newtonsche Ringe, m rus. кольца Ньютона, n pranc. anneaux de Newton, m

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  • Newton's rings — observed through a microscope. The smallest increments on the superimposed scale are 100μm …   Wikipedia

  • Newton's rings — n pl colored rings due to light interference that are seen about the contact of a convex lens with a plane surface or of two lenses differing in curvature …   Medical dictionary

  • Newton's rings — Optics. the pattern of light interference produced by the contact of the convex surface of a lens with a plane glass plate, appearing as a series of concentric, alternately bright and dark rings, which are colored if the light source is white.… …   Universalium

  • Newton's rings — /ˈnjutnz rɪŋz/ (say nyoohtnz ringz) plural noun coloured concentric rings which are produced by interference of light round the point of contact of a convex lens and a plane reflecting surface. {named after Sir Isaac Newton} …  

  • newton's rings — noun plural Usage: usually capitalized N : colored rings due to light interference that are seen about the contact of a convex lens with a plane surface or of two lenses differing in curvature …   Useful english dictionary

  • Newton's rings — plural noun Optics circular interference fringes seen around the point of contact of a convex lens and a plane surface …   English new terms dictionary

  • Newton, Sir Isaac — born Jan. 4, 1643, Woolsthorpe, Lincolnshire, Eng. died March 31, 1727, London English physicist and mathematician. The son of a yeoman, he was raised by his grandmother. He was educated at Cambridge University (1661–65), where he discovered the… …   Universalium

  • Newton , Sir Isaac — (1642–1727) English physicist and mathematician Newton s father, the owner of the manor of Woolsthorpe in Lincolnshire, died three months before Newton was born. The family had land but were neither wealthy nor gentry. Left by his mother in the… …   Scientists

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