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  • Title: Seventh Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • yourselves. Take a little tube and look through it, so that you
  • Title: Eighth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • tube, which we connect with another tube full of air, so that the
    • movements of the metallic tube are communicated to this air. If we
    • then put a very light and mobile dust into the tube that is filled
  • Title: Ninth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • glass tube from which the air has to a certain extent been pumped
    • the tubes which you here see. In effect, the terminals from which
    • the electricity will discharge into the tube are put far apart
    • — as far as the length of the tube will allow. There is a
    • thus quickly. You see what is there going through the tube, —
    • air inside the tube.
    • phenomena which thus appeared in tubes containing highly attenuated
    • tubes, to get to know their conditions and reactions. Certain
    • through these tubes is in fact endowed with remarkable properties,
    • the body of light that is going through this tube — this
    • tube.
    • the tube is not to be described as a wave-movement, propagated
    • the tube; these, as material particles, are then attracted by the
    • the tube has reached a state no longer merely gaseous but beyond
    • physical conceptions. The process in these Hittorf tubes (Hittorf
    • or that of matter — would suffice us here. The Hittorf tubes
    • such a tube, they now imagined there to be two different kinds of
  • Title: Tenth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • phenomena produced by the passage of electricity through tubes in
    • cathode rays, issuing from the negative pole of the Hittorf tube
    • generate the electric current; we pass it through this tube in
    • through the tube, we are now getting the so-called cathode rays. We
    • please. Inside the tube is the St. Andrew's cross. The cathode rays
    • Hittorf tubes are compelling us to go more into the facts. Mere
    • tubes makes itself known to us in phenomena of light, etc. Whatever

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