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  1. James P. C. Southall: “Note on the path of a ray through a prism in a principal section.” Jour. Opt. Soc.,  4, p. 283, 1920.
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  2. H. S. Uhler: “On the deviation produced by prisms.” Am. Jour. Sci.,  35, p. 396, 1913.

1920 (1)

James P. C. Southall: “Note on the path of a ray through a prism in a principal section.” Jour. Opt. Soc.,  4, p. 283, 1920.
[Crossref]

1913 (1)

H. S. Uhler: “On the deviation produced by prisms.” Am. Jour. Sci.,  35, p. 396, 1913.

Southall, James P. C.

James P. C. Southall: “Note on the path of a ray through a prism in a principal section.” Jour. Opt. Soc.,  4, p. 283, 1920.
[Crossref]

Uhler, H. S.

H. S. Uhler: “On the deviation produced by prisms.” Am. Jour. Sci.,  35, p. 396, 1913.

Am. Jour. Sci. (1)

H. S. Uhler: “On the deviation produced by prisms.” Am. Jour. Sci.,  35, p. 396, 1913.

Jour. Opt. Soc. (1)

James P. C. Southall: “Note on the path of a ray through a prism in a principal section.” Jour. Opt. Soc.,  4, p. 283, 1920.
[Crossref]

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sin α 0 = n sin 1 2 β ,
tan ϕ = tan c . { sin [ 1 2 ( ɛ + β ) + a 0 ] sin [ 1 2 ( ɛ + β ) a 0 ] } ,
1 / ( n + 1 ) ( n 1 ) .
tan ( α 1 2 β ) = ± sin ϕ cot 1 2 ( ɛ + β ) .
sin α = n sin α .
α 0 = 48 ° 35 25.4 ϕ = 7 ° 56 28.7 α 1 2 β = ± ( 6 ° 36 45.8 ) ( α ) + = 36 ° 36 45.8 ( α ) = 23 ° 23 14.2 ( α ) + = 63 ° 27 27.7 ( α ) = 36 ° 32 32.3