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By Frederick P. Todd, Frederick T. Chapman

This can be a wide background of the U.S. Armys cadet corps and academy with many interval illustrations, sleek photos, and lots more and plenty fabric on uniforms, drawing seriously at the West aspect Museum Collections. the USA army Academy was once validated in 1802 at West aspect, ny, at the Hudson River. the army Academy of this day - a mass of grey stone constructions - is outfitted on one of many bluffs excessive above the Hudson. With drawings of uniforms

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During the ‘Great Leap’ in 1958, members of the institute relied on their own effort, worked hard, and pooled their wisdom and strength to solve key technological issues. They successfully developed eight kinds of precision instruments: the electron microscope, high-temperature metal phase microscope, multi-arm projector, large-scale spectroscope, crystal spectroscope, theodolite, opto-electron range finder and a series of new optical glasses. These pioneer works in China were outstanding and attracted much attention.

Book of Mohism (in Chinese), Wulitongbao (Bulletin of Physics) 2, Vol. 1, 1951. The Chinese University of Science and Technology. Explanation of ‘Meng Xi Bi Tan’, (Anhui Sci. Press, 1979, in Chinese). Max Born, Emil Wolf. Historical introduction. Principles of Optics, 7th Edition, (University Press, Cambridge, 1999). W. Scientists in the Qing Dynasty (in Chinese), Guang Ming Daily Press, 2010. 4/10/2014 11:40:40 AM b1718 History of Modern Optics and Optoelectronics Development in China Chapter 2 Optical Science and Technology in China in the First Half of the 20th Century GAN Fuxi In the first half of the 20th century, Chinese society was in a state of chaos and political struggle.

As for myself, I was head of the melting group. Two middle school students recruited from Shanghai, Ma Zhongtang and Song Zhongming, and a group of workers experienced in making common glassware worked with me. Our work encompassed repairing the gas furnace, designing the oil sprayer, laying the gas and oil pipes, making a special refractory, and constructing the furnace. In 1952, we successfully completed our optical glass melting workshop, even though none of us had studied silicate or glass technology in university.

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