Subject: Can we calculate the speed of light using only one deflection in Foucault's ?
Date: Mon Feb 2 08:23:05 2009
Posted by shourya
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Area of science: Physics
hi i wanted to know if we could calculate the speed of light using only one
delfection in foucault's method. by this i mean can we, instead of using
deflection = deflection clockwise - delfection anti-clockwise, just use the
clockwise deflection and hence only one frequency in the numerator in
foucault's method. thank you!
Re: Can we calculate the speed of light using only one deflection in Foucault's ?
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