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  1. Analytic Geometry of Three Dimensions, Fifth Edition, Revised by R. A. P. Rogers. J, Chapter X. London, 1912.
  2. F. Becke, Denkschriften d. k. Akad. d. Wissen zu Wien, Math.-Wissensch. Kl. 75, p. 68; 1904. A. Beer in 1852 considered briefly in his Einleitung in die höhere Optik analogous cones and called them Geschwindigkeitskegel erster und zweiter Art. He bases his conclusions, however, on equations analogous to 15a and 15b and not to 3 and 11.
  3. For a summary of these methods of computation, which are standard, see F. E. Wright, The transmission of light, etc. Am. J. Sci., (4) 31, pp. 157–211; 1911.
  4. See F. E. Wright, The methods of petrographic microscope research. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Pub. 158, pp. 75–76; 1911.
  5. Denkschriften der K. K. d. Wissenschaften. Wien. Math.-Naturwissen. Kasse, 70; 1904.
  6. Am. J. Sci. (4) 24, p. 336; 1907.
  7. Tschermak's Min. Petrogr. Mitteil. N. F. 28, pp. 290–293; 1909.
  8. Am. J. Sci., 4, pp. 157–211; 1911.
  9. Fortschritte der Mineralogie, 3, pp. 141–158; 1913.
  10. Uber die Becke-Wright'sche Streitfrage. ZS. f. Krystallogr. 54, pp. 113–119; 1914.
  11. Am. J. Sci., (4), 31, pp. 186–197; 1911.
  12. Mineralogical Magazine, 16, pp. 347–351; 1913.

Becke, F.

F. Becke, Denkschriften d. k. Akad. d. Wissen zu Wien, Math.-Wissensch. Kl. 75, p. 68; 1904. A. Beer in 1852 considered briefly in his Einleitung in die höhere Optik analogous cones and called them Geschwindigkeitskegel erster und zweiter Art. He bases his conclusions, however, on equations analogous to 15a and 15b and not to 3 and 11.

Rogers, R. A. P.

Analytic Geometry of Three Dimensions, Fifth Edition, Revised by R. A. P. Rogers. J, Chapter X. London, 1912.

Wright, F. E.

For a summary of these methods of computation, which are standard, see F. E. Wright, The transmission of light, etc. Am. J. Sci., (4) 31, pp. 157–211; 1911.

See F. E. Wright, The methods of petrographic microscope research. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Pub. 158, pp. 75–76; 1911.

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Analytic Geometry of Three Dimensions, Fifth Edition, Revised by R. A. P. Rogers. J, Chapter X. London, 1912.

F. Becke, Denkschriften d. k. Akad. d. Wissen zu Wien, Math.-Wissensch. Kl. 75, p. 68; 1904. A. Beer in 1852 considered briefly in his Einleitung in die höhere Optik analogous cones and called them Geschwindigkeitskegel erster und zweiter Art. He bases his conclusions, however, on equations analogous to 15a and 15b and not to 3 and 11.

For a summary of these methods of computation, which are standard, see F. E. Wright, The transmission of light, etc. Am. J. Sci., (4) 31, pp. 157–211; 1911.

See F. E. Wright, The methods of petrographic microscope research. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Pub. 158, pp. 75–76; 1911.

Denkschriften der K. K. d. Wissenschaften. Wien. Math.-Naturwissen. Kasse, 70; 1904.

Am. J. Sci. (4) 24, p. 336; 1907.

Tschermak's Min. Petrogr. Mitteil. N. F. 28, pp. 290–293; 1909.

Am. J. Sci., 4, pp. 157–211; 1911.

Fortschritte der Mineralogie, 3, pp. 141–158; 1913.

Uber die Becke-Wright'sche Streitfrage. ZS. f. Krystallogr. 54, pp. 113–119; 1914.

Am. J. Sci., (4), 31, pp. 186–197; 1911.

Mineralogical Magazine, 16, pp. 347–351; 1913.

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