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    Rotating Unions - (133 companies)
    Rotating unions allow fluids to be transferred between stationary and rotating components or equipment. Description. Rotating unions are used to transfer media from a stationary input to a rotating outlet. They are usually made of brass, bronze... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Rotating Biological Contractors Information. Rotating biological contactors are large discs on rotating shafts that are mounted in wastewater tanks, but only partly submerged. As the discs turn, the microorganisms on them repeatedly contact both air... Learn More
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    Mirror mounts are used to hold and support mirrors of all sizes and shapes. Mirror mounting can be a very sophisticated device in optic research, due to the need to be able to tip and tilt the mirror by controlled amounts, while still holding... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Hot Mirrors and Cold Mirrors - (43 companies) of (.5H L .5H)n. Sometimes, they are called dichroic mirrors, meaning "two colors. " Hot mirrors or cold mirrors can be used to overlay two beams of widely different wavelengths. The first beam is transmitted through the surface of the mirror... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Laser Mirrors - (78 companies)
    Image Credit: Edmund Optics | CVI Laser Optics. Laser mirrors are designed for high reflectance and durability at individual laser wavelength ranges. Laser mirrors are used on the surface of solid-state lasers including alexandrite, Nd-glass, ruby... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Optical Mirrors - (381 companies) the radius of curvature for the mirror. There are two thickness measurements for optical mirrors: center thickness and edge thickness. Units of measure include inches, feet, and yards; nanometers, centimeters, and millimeters, and miles... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Parabolic Mirrors - (36 companies) the distance from the mirror the light converges. Materials. Parabolic mirrors can be supplied in a variety of materials. Mirror material refers to the classification of the material used to make the mirror. The material used influences... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Flat Mirrors - (126 companies)
    ...stability is not a critical factor. Flat mirrors may often be crafted from proprietary materials each of which brings their own advantages to the mirror. Coatings and Layers. Mirror coatings are used to enhance the reflectivity of flat mirrors... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Galvanometer optical scanners are motorized mirror mounts and system used in scanning applications. Galvanometer optical scanners are motorized mirror mounts and systems used in optical scanning applications. An optical scanner reads text... Learn More
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  • Landolt-B�rnstein
    Method of Foucault ( rotating mirror ).
  • Different velocities in wave trains: early definitions and interpretations
    Gouy [18], in 1885, realized an experiment in which he measured the velocity of a beam travelling in a tube�4 m long�filled with carbon sulphide, with a Foucault rotating mirror .
  • An inexpensive apparatus for the measurement of the velocity of light in transparent media
    Most modern laboratory methods tend to rely on electro-optic modulation of the laser beam (Rogers et al. 1969, Page and Geilker 1972) but ingenious modifications of early methods, such as the Foucault rotating mirror system, have also been devised (Edmonds and �
  • A theory on measuring the one-way speed of light and a method of verifying the invariance of light speed.(Report) - Physics Essays | HighBeam Research
    In the following 100 years thereafter, people kept improving the measurement accuracy of this method by using a rotating mirror ( Foucault and Michelson), a Kerr cell shutter (Karolus and Anderson), and so on.
  • Gerthsen physics
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  • Gerthsen physics
    � flow hose-state 959 flow pat grids 887 flow pat optics 588 focus, strong and weak 996, 998 93 formelastisch formation of an incandescent cathode 449 Fortrat diagram 872 Foucault, L�on (1819-1868) 504, 517 Foucault - rotary spiegel 504 Foucault-pendulums 57 �
  • Basic Relativity
    It can be experimentally verified by any method which has been accepted as legitimate procedure to measure light velocity as e.g. the rotating disc experiment of Fizeau or Foucault �s rotating mirror method.2 Either procedure is based on the path/time �
  • Le Verrier�Magnificent and Detestable Astronomer
    Box 5.5 Measuring the Speed of Light with Foucault �s Rotating Mirror Light from the Sun, sent into the apparatus by a heliostat, illuminates a finely graduated micrometer on glass, before arriving at a rotating mirror (Fig. 5.15).
  • The measurement of the speed of light using a laser pointer
    Subsequently, a variety of methods have been developed, such as Fizeau�s rotating wheel method of 1849, Foucault �s rotating mirror method of 1862 and Michelson�s rotating prism method of 1926 and 1931.
  • How trustworthy are experimental facts?
    Then the following major mile- stones were passed: Fizeau and Foucault , rotating mirrors , (1850) 298 000 km s-�, Michelson, octagonal rotating mirror, (1926) 299 796*4 km s-�, Michelson and co-workers. long evacuated tube, (1927-1935) 299 774+ 11 �

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