OPTICS , thescience of
See also:light, regarded as the
See also:medium of sight (Gr . 64as) . Generally the noun is qualified by an adjective so as to delimitate the
See also:principal groups of
See also:optical phenomena, e.g. geometrical optics,
See also:physical optics, meteorological optics, &c . Greek terminology included two adjectival forms—ra birruca, for all optical phenomena, including vision and the nature of light, and i b7rrtKI (sc . Bewpia), for the
See also:objective study of light, i.e. the nature of light itself and the theory of vision . See LIGHT and VISION .
OPTION (Lat. optio, choice, choosing, optare, to ch...
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