Permittivity (epsilon) change via temperature + optics effect?

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ndvcxk123
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Experiments: freeze binoculars view refraction change, + degassed water under high heat vs. near frozen water refraction change.
I got this from chatgpt:
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It says "not simple and straightforward", but can we assume proportional ? So is there a visible alteration in Snell angle ? Also, for applied physics databases, what would be a pubmed equivalent, hosting all titles and synopses ? In physics the articles seem to be fragmented between different databases ?
Thx.
 
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ChatGPT is designed to make up a plausible-sounding answer. Sometimes it is even correct, but you can't count on it.

If you would clearly post your question here, real people can take a shot at answering it.
 
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Vanadium 50 said:
If you would clearly post your question here
What, you don't understand this very clear thread start? What in the world is WRONG with you? o0)
 
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Upon further review, this thread is closed. OP is advised that they can start a new thread with their question if they do it without using an AI chatbot's "help", and make the thread start understandable.
 

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