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date: 25 October 2020

refraction in 224......... n. 

Source:
A Dictionary of Psychology
Author(s):

Andrew M. Colman

A deflection in the direction of propagation of a light wave, sound wave, or other wave, caused by passing from one medium of transmission to another in which it is propagated at a different velocity, the degree of refraction depending on the relative ... ...

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