**Author:**

Gorbatsevich, Felix F.

**Category:**

Research Papers

**Sub-Category:**

Mechanics / Electrodynamics

**Date Published:**

December 13, 2013

**Abstract:**

As is known, sizes of atoms, including their electron shells are fractions and
units of an angstrom, Å = 1·10^-10m. The nuclei have sizes close to 10^-15m. At the same time, the wavelength, for example, of visible light, is (4-7)·10^-7
m [1]. There are many experimental data involving the propagation of light in gaseous, fluid and solid media. The refraction coefficient, which can be measured to a high degree of accuracy in transparent media, is the parameter closely related to the propagation
velocity of a light wave.

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