Classical Physics

   

Measurement of One-Way Speed of Light

Authors: Emil D. Gigov

Wave theory of light was tested by the Michelson's interferometer, whereas Newtonian corpuscular theory can be tested with the new interferometer, which can show whether the speed of light in empty space is variable during Doppler effect. Such measurement is possible due to the effect of Fizeau.

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[v1] 2 Apr 2010

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