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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1896-1897-168

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101 FACULTY OF SClKSCK Lecture Speed of Incandescent Solids Liquids and Ga8c Absorption of Light constitution of the Sun and of various Fixed Stars Heat Light and Chemical Kays of the Spectrum 15 -Emission of Light The Cause of Colour in Bodien Optical Instruments The Eye and Vision Irru- diation 1G -Transformations of Radiations Phosphorescence Change produced by Ilcat Fluorescence Chemical Effects of Light Photography 17 -Interference of Light Colours of Thin Films Newton's Rings Diffraction Difiraction Spectra IS -Polarisation of Light by Reflection by Refraction and by passing through Crystals Norreinberg'H Apparatus 19 -Double Refraction by Iceland Spar arid other Crystals Rotation of Polarised Light The Saeehariineter Circular Polarisation Fresnel's Rhomb TO Effects of Heat Pressure and Magnetism in hanging the Plane of Polarisation Interference of Polarised Light ×™ Fees Class III -ill 18 for the Course including tho Laboratory Class THE WIIEATSTONE PHYSICAL LABORATORY Students who are sufiiciently advanced are admitted to Course in the Wheatstone Laboratory and are taujiht to make experiments for themselves in certain branches of the following subjects Mechanics Pneumatics Heat Light Electricity and Magnetism and to construct tho more simple apparatus required for those experiment The Professor is at liberty to exclude from his Tuesday Class any Students whom he does not consider sufiiciently advanced for it
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