Opticks; or, A treatise of the reflections, refractions, inflections and colours of light. Based on the 4th edition, London, 1730; with a foreword by Albert Einstein, an introduction by Sir Edmund Whittaker, a preface by I. Bernard Cohen, and an


New York, Dover Publications [1952] .

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Subjects Optica.
Optics -- Early works to 1800.
Optics.
Optique -- Ouvrages avant 1800.
Otica, Holografia, Laser E Cor.
Description cxv, 406 pages illustrations, portraits, facsimiles 19 cm
Copyright Date [1952]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages l-lviii).
Summary One of the most readable of all the great classics of physical science, Opticks presents a comprehensive survey of 18th-century knowledge of light. Newton describes his experiments with spectroscopy, colors, lenses, reflection, refraction, and more, in language lay readers can easily follow.
Contents Book one of the Opticks -- Book two of the Opticks -- Book three of the Opticks -- Queries 1-31.
Genre Early works.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)535546
(OCoLC)ocm00535546
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WorldCat Identities Newton, Isaac, 1642-1727.
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