objective refraction


objective refraction
объективная рефракция

Англо-русский офтальмологический словарь. 2010.

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  • Oil immersion — Principle of immersion microscopy. Path of rays with immersion medium (yellow) (left half) and without (right half). Rays (black) coming from the object (red) at a certain angle and going through the coverslip (orange, as the slide at the bottom) …   Wikipedia


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