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Light Sources: Technologies and Applications (repost)  

Posted by interes at Nov. 17, 2013
Light Sources: Technologies and Applications  (repost)

Light Sources: Technologies and Applications by Spyridon Kitsinelis
English | 1 edition | October 29, 2010 | ISBN-10: 1439820791 | 226 pages | PDF | 5.3 Mb

From the dialogues of the ancient Greek philosophers right up through the physical laws of Newton, the experiments of Thomas Young and the quantum physics pioneers, the study of light was all about observing its characteristics and defining its behavior.

Light Sources: Technologies and Applications (repost)  

Posted by interes at Feb. 11, 2015
Light Sources: Technologies and Applications (repost)

Light Sources: Technologies and Applications by Spyridon Kitsinelis
English | 1 edition | October 29, 2010 | ISBN-10: 1439820791 | 226 pages | PDF | 5,3 Mb

Light Sources: Technologies and Applications (repost)  

Posted by interes at Feb. 1, 2013
Light Sources: Technologies and Applications (repost)

Spyridon Kitsinelis, "Light Sources: Technologies and Applications"
2010 | ISBN: 1439820791 | 226 pages | PDF | 5,3 MB

From the dialogues of the ancient Greek philosophers right up through the physical laws of Newton, the experiments of Thomas Young and the quantum physics pioneers, the study of light was all about observing its characteristics and defining its behavior. At the end of the 19th century, wicks, wax, and oil gave way to electricity, filaments, and gases, and scientific minds began to focus on the technological creation of light, as well as its control and diverse uses. Yet, despite more than a century of profound research and development, until now, the most complete resources on lighting technology have always been compiled by and subject to the biases of commercial lighting companies.

Light Sources: Technologies and Applications (repost)  

Posted by rolexmaya at Nov. 18, 2011
Light Sources: Technologies and Applications (repost)

Light Sources: Technologies and Applications
Taylor & Francis; 1 edition | October 29, 2010 | ISBN-10: 1439820791 | 226 pages | PDF | 5.3 Mb

From the dialogues of the ancient Greek philosophers right up through the physical laws of Newton, the experiments of Thomas Young and the quantum physics pioneers, the study of light was all about observing its characteristics and defining its behavior. At the end of the 19th century, wicks, wax, and oil gave way to electricity, filaments, and gases, and scientific minds began to focus on the technological creation of light, as well as its control and diverse uses.