History and Philosophy of Physics


Medición de la Velocidad de la Luz en Substancias Distintas Del Aire O el Vacío

Authors: José J. Astorkia

Review of Foucault experiment of 1850 shows that it not probes value of velocity of light in water. Review of experimental facts until now does plausible that velocity of light transmisión were the same in all material media, same like in vacuum. This supposition is in better agreement with current matter standard model. El análisis del experimento de Foucault de 1850 muestra que no puede medir la velocidad de la luz en el agua. Actualmente no hay evidencia experimental de su valor, y de si es distinta que la velocidad en el vacío

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