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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1866-1867-275

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EVENING CLASSES 275 VII Sources of Heat Solar Heat Heat due to Chemical Action Combustion Animal Heat Production of Heat by Pressure Friction and by Electric Currents VIII Conduction of Heat Good and bad Conductors Convection of Heat by Liquids and Gases Cir- culation of Liquids and Gases produced by Heat IX Cooling of Bodies by Radiation Analogy between Radiant Heat and Light Laws of their Intensity Terrestrial Radiation Effect of different materials on Radiant Heat Transmission through diather- manous bodies Absorption of Heat Decomposition of Radiant Heat Distribution of Heat Light and Chemical Power in the visible Spectrum Heat Rays beyond the Red Chemical Rays beyond the Blue Reflection of Radiant Heat from Plane and Curved Surfaces Diffusion of Heat and Light XI Propagation of Light Methods of measuring its intensity Velocity of Light Aberration Appli- cation of the Undulatory Theory to Radiant Heat Light and Sound XII Reflection of Light from plane and curved surfaces Caustics formed by Reflection Refraction of Light Prisms and Lenses Atmospheric Refrac- tion The Rainbow The Eye and Vision Irra- diation XIII Composition of Light The Solar and other Spectra Spectra of incandescent Solids Liquids and Gases Constitution of the Sun and of various Fixed Stars Fluorescence XIV Various sources of Light Phosphorescence Ab- sorption of Light The Origin of Colour in Bodies Chromatic Aberration
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