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Papers, 'De destincta per lentes latas visione [The distinct vision through the lens fenders]' and 'De duobus paradoxis in scienta optica [The two paradoxes in the science of optics]' by Gottfried Heinrich Grummert

Reference number: L&P/4/248

Date: 06 December 1764

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Contains 3 figures.

Subject: Physics

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Reference number
L&P/4/248
Earliest possible date
06 December 1764
Physical description
Ink on paper
Page extent
21 pages
Format
Manuscript

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Papers, 'De destincta per lentes latas visione [The distinct vision through the lens fenders]' and 'De duobus paradoxis in scienta optica [The two paradoxes in the science of optics]' by Gottfried Heinrich Grummert, 06 December 1764, L&P/4/248, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/l-and-p_4_248/papers-de-destincta-per-lentes-latas-visione-the-distinct-vision-through-the-lens-fenders-and-de-duobus-paradoxis-in-scienta-optica-the-two-paradoxes-in-the-science-of-optics-by-gottfried-heinrich-grummert, accessed on 18 June 2024

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