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Refractive Index The term 'Refractive Index' as it applies to the area of the weather can be defined as ' A measure of the amount of refraction. Numerically equal to the ratio of wave velocity in a vacuum to a wave speed in the medium, i.e., n = c / v where: v is actual speed, and c is speed of light in a vacuum'.
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