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- Title: Third Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
- into greenish shades. In the middle it stays white.
- circle that the colours extend inward from the edges to the middle.
- They then overlap in the middle and form what we call a continuous
- case, above and below — and a violet colour in the middle.
- violet, I now get the outer edges red, with violet in the middle and
- arise — coloured at the edges, coloured in the middle too, and
- middle, — the opposite of what it was before. There would again
- IIIb). The other was thick in the middle and thin at the edges;
- this one is thin in the middle and thick at the edge. Using this
- the middle), the entire cylinder of light will have been thrust
- matter than in the middle, where it has less matter to go through.
- that it has less matter to go through in the middle and more at the
- edges. Think of it now. In the middle the light has less matter to go
- where it goes through more. It is the stronger force in the middle,
- path the light has to go through in the middle of the lens than at
- the edge. Due to the shorter path in the middle, the light retains
- from it. The stronger light in the middle presses upon the weaker
- black circle in the middle of the disc, so that the grey may appear
- Title: Fourth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
- a black strip in the middle and look at this through a prism, —
- IVk), — mauve in the middle, and on the one side merging
- Title: Fifth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
- divided into two portions; the middle part is blotted out. You only
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