Indirect model of correction for effects of refraction In previous equations addressing levelling refraction, the equations were expressed in units of gradient refractivity as a function of the temperature gradient.
What does N stand for?
N stands for Refractivity
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i] are the contributions of molar refractivity and molar volume, respectively, corresponding to particular functional groups within the polymer repeating unit, and [a.
The EEC is among these methods, having major advantages, such as ([Karnyanszky & Nanu, 2001]): * the simple building of the tool, using simple and low-cost production technologies and materials; * the possibility of processing materials with special physical and mechanical properties (hardness, mechanical resistance, melting temperature, refractivity etc.
Interactive testing and digital mockup exploration allow for real-time editing of visual characteristics, such as transparency and refraction, grain, colors and textures, refractivity, complex scene illumination and 2-D unfolding of complex 3-D surfaces for fabric simulation.
Placing dense heterochromatin in the center of the nucleus raises the refractivity index--the degree to which the material decreases the speed of light through it.
p] (1) The Lorentz-Lorenz equation, which is also known as the Clausius-Mossotti relation and Maxwell's formula, relates the refractive index of a molecule/material to molar refractivity.
 Hopfield HS, "Two--quartic tropospheric refractivity profile for correcting satellite data", Journal of Geophysical research, 74(18): 4487-4499.