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  • Title: Second Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • put a “prism” into the path of this cylinder of light
    • we brought this about? The prism is made of two planes of glass, set
    • at an angle to form a wedge. This hollow prism is then filled with
    • apparatus, pass through the water-prism. If you now look at the wall,
    • confronts us. In going through the prism, the light is somehow
    • the prismatically formed body of water, — neglecting, as we can
    • help of the prism, once more you see the patch of light displaced,
    • IIb). Again we put the prism in the way. Again the picture of
    • prism. This is a matter of simple fact: the cylinder of light goes
    • through the prism of water and there is thus an interpenetration of
    • light somehow has power to make its way through the water-prism to
    • the other side, yet in the process it is deflected by the prism. Were
    • it not for the prism, it would go straight on, but it is now thrown
    • speculations: By such a prism the cylinder of light is deflected
    • prism here. It always dims the light to some extent. That is to say,
    • with respect to the light that is there within the prism, we are
    • material medium. In here however, inside the prism, we have a
    • imagine therefore into this space beyond the prism not only the light
    • quality of dimness that is in the prism. How then does it ray in?
    • the prism. What has been dimmed and darkened, rays into what is light
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  • Title: Third Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • phenomenon with the prism — at the end of yesterday's lecture
    • prism — the phenomena of colour, in all their polar relation to
    • prismatic phenomena we were beginning to study yesterday. It was
    • colourless light go through a prism the colourless light is analyzed
    • a colourless picture. Putting a prism in the way of the cylinder of
    • make the light go through the prism, the prism really does no more
    • he took a quick look through the prism, saying to himself as he did
    • so: If then the light is analyzed by the prism, I shall see it so on
    • Looking at such a place through the prism he saw colours; where there
    • Put a prism in the way of the body of light that is going through
    • prisms together so as to make them into a single whole. The lower one
    • prism, I should of course get something very like what we had
    • case, downward in the other. Hence if I had such a double prism I
    • to get an image. You see then how the double prism treats the light.
    • the other colours in between. By means of such a double prism I
    • changing the shape of the prism. If for example, taking a prism with
    • thing differently by using a prism with curved instead of plane
    • with the prism, will be much simplified. We therefore have this
    • than a double prism with its faces curved. The picture I now get is,
    • another possibility. We could set up a double prism, not as in the
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  • Title: Fourth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • sent a cylinder of light through a prism and so obtained a real scale
    • Figure IVc). You will remember; if this is the prism and this the
    • cylinder of light, the light in some way goes through the prism and
    • parallel faces were interposed. But we are putting a prism into the
    • passing through the prism, the light gets darkened. The moment we
    • send the light through the prism we therefore have to do with two
    • direction of it through the prism. Instead of looking from outside on
    • the place of this picture, and, looking through the prism, we then
    • be coming directly towards me if the prism were not there, displaced
    • in a downward direction by the prism. At the same time I see it
    • prism — will then be called the “subjective”
    • is the prism, said Newton; we let the white light in. The colours are
    • already there in the white light; the prism conjures them forth and
    • through the prism is to Newton like a kind of chemical analysis,
    • prism they are diverted from their original course. Eventually they
    • extinguishing effect upon the other, just as the effect of the prism
    • IVg). Suppose this is a prism and this a sodium flame — a
    • prism, it appears to me in such a way that I get a spectrum: red,
    • — we might well assume that with the help of the prism this
    • a black strip in the middle and look at this through a prism, —
  • Title: Fifth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • prism, we get a “spectrum”, a luminous picture, very like
    • prism.
  • Title: Sixth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • by the prism — it simply is not true that the cone of light is
    • prism; these different kinds of vibrations then appear to us as

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