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  • Title: Second Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • at school the neatly finished diagrams with rays of light, normals
    • is shining, but there shines in, there rays into the light the
    • 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
    • outraying light where the dimming effect takes the same direction as
    • upward, the dimming and darkening effect rays in. Here is a region
    • the contrary, the dimming rays back into the light but is overwhelmed
    • the prism lets its darkness ray there too, this that rays on and the
  • Title: Third Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • “light-rays”. In fact we never have to do with
    • light-rays; here for example, what we have to do with is a cone of
    • all manner of other things, — light-rays and so on. The
    • “light-rays” have become the very basis of materialistic
    • simple fact, but if I now begin explaining: there is a ray of light
    • say: There is a ray of light, sent from the object to the surface of
    • the water. The ray is there refracted. Owing to the transition from a
    • denser medium to a more tenuous, the ray is refracted away from the
    • The eye, they say, having received information by this ray of light,
    • speak of rays of light being sent out and refracted and so on. And
    • outer objects rays of light are supposed to proceed and thence to
  • Title: Fourth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • the light is mainly diverted upward, the dimming that arises, raying
    • light itself is diverted. That is to say, darkness rays into the
    • produced. But the darkness rays downward too, so, while the cylinder
    • of light is diverted upward, the darkness here rays downward and
    • therefore, what we call a “ray of light” is rushing
    • which the light is propagated. This ray, going towards the lower one
  • Title: Sixth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • through the glass? You were no doubt told that rays of light proceed
    • Figure). Rays, you were told, proceed from the shining object. In
    • the direction of the “ray” I am now drawing, the light
    • is said, you will remember, in tracing how the “ray of
    • said to produce the final direction of the ray of light and thus to
    • never to speak of rays of light or anything of that kind, but only of
    • for ever being sprayed towards each other. To add to these
    • is really electro-magnetic rays passing through space.
    • vibrating there, as electricity raying through space. Mark well what
  • Title: Eighth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • far astray materialistic Physics goes and how unreal it becomes in
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    • matter, the several particles of which are raying through space
    • like the minutest specks of dust or spray, the single particles of
    • these experiments. They called them “cathode rays”.
    • therefore was convinced that this was a kind of material spray,
    • diverting the so-called rays that issue from this pole and carrying
    • them outward. He inserted a thin wall of aluminium and led the rays
    • nor is it simply a fine spray of matter. It is flowing electricity
    • meet the cathode rays. The other pole is called the anode; from it
    • they now obtained the rays known as “canal rays”. In
    • ray, going in opposite directions.
    • ... From the cathode rays he produced a modified form of rays, now
    • known as Roentgen rays or X-rays. They have the effect of
    • know the Roentgen rays have the property of going through bodies
    • cathode rays or their modifications, when they impinge on glass or
    • scientists, the rays must here be undergoing further modification.
    • So they were dealing already with many different kinds of rays.
    • degree — bodies that should especially transform the rays
    • into some other form, e.g. into fluorescent rays. In pursuit of
    • irradiated at all, but under certain conditions will emit rays in
    • property to emit such rays. Prominent among these bodies were the
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  • Title: Tenth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • the raying light itself something like radiating electricity. I do
    • cathode rays, issuing from the negative pole of the Hittorf tube
    • most vividly when we catch the rays (or whatsoever it is that is
    • establishing the near relation of these rays to the ordinary
    • the cathode rays). The “bombs” do not get through the
    • screen in the way of the cathode rays.
    • through the tube, we are now getting the so-called cathode rays. We
    • cathode rays impinge on it, and on the other side you will see
    • may gather that the cross stops the rays. Observe it clearly,
    • please. Inside the tube is the St. Andrew's cross. The cathode rays
    • have a type of rays which Crookes regards as “radiant
    • shew you, what was not possible yesterday, the rays that issue from
    • the other pole and that are called “canal rays”. You
    • can distinguish the rays from the cathode, going in this direction,
    • shimmering in a violet shade of colour, and the canal rays coming
    • rays is much smaller.
    • shew you the kind of rays produced by this apparatus: they are
    • current through. This is the kind of rays usually made visible by
    • greenish-yellow, fluorescent light. The rays that shew themselves
    • in this way are the Roentgen rays or X-rays, mentioned
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