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A phenomenological theory of streaming birefringence

Abstract : Every student of physics knows that rays of light generally change direction on passing from one transparent substance into another and that the phenomenon is called refraction. It is also well known that for water at rest, or glass in an undistorted state, a single incident ...
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Bernard Coleman, Ellis Dill, Richard Toupin. A phenomenological theory of streaming birefringence. Archive for Rational Mechanics and Analysis, Springer Verlag, 1970, 39 (5), pp.358-399. ⟨hal-00853410⟩