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 Refractive Index of Air Calculator 

Refractive Index of Air Calculator is a web-based tool for calculating the index of refraction of air and wavelength of light in air as a function of various input parameters, using the Ciddor Equation or a modified version of the Edlén Equation.

Long Description:  Equation A14


Description:

Title of Image:  Equation A14
Equation:  p(v) = p(sv) (t(d))


Links:

Source:  Equation A14
Image:  Equation A14

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Date Created: Tuesday, September 04, 2001
Last Updated: Wednesday, December 28, 2011
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