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" ... concluded, that the colours of natural bodies are not qualities inherent in the bodies themselves, but arise from the disposition of the particles of each body to stop or absorb certain rays, and thus to reflect more copiously the rays which are not... "
The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ... - Page 61
1834
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The Life of Sir Isaac Newton

Sir David Brewster - Physicists - 1831 - 323 pages
...and as bodies always appear of the same colour as the light in which they are placed, he concluded, that the colours of natural bodies are not qualities...absorb certain rays, and thus to reflect more copiously the rays which are not thus absorbed. No sooner were these discoveries given to the world than they...
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The Sacred History of the World: As Displayed in the Creation and ..., Volume 1

Sharon Turner - Creation - 1832
...absorbing a great quantity of light.'1 — Dr. Brewater, Optics, p. 137. * Sir I. Newton " concluded that the colours of natural bodies are not qualities...certain rays ; and thus to reflect more copiously the rays which are not thus absorhed.** — Dr. Brewster's Life of Newton, p. 46. Bodies absorb light...
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The Sacred History of the World: As Displayed in the Creation and ..., Volume 1

Sharon Turner - Creation - 1832
...absorbing a great quantity of light."— Ur. Brewater, Opues,p. 137. • Sir I. Newton " concluded that the colours of natural bodies are not qualities...disposition of the particles of each body to stop or abnrb certain ray« ; and tiiu« 10 reflect more copiously the rays which are not thus absorbed." —...
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The Sacred History of the World: As Displayed in the Creation and Subsequent ...

Sharon Turner - Bible - 1832 - 421 pages
...great quantity of light." Dr. Brewster, Opts. p. 137. (16) Sir I. Newton " concluded that the colors of natural bodies are not qualities inherent in the...from the disposition of the particles of each body to atop or absorb certain rays ; and thus to reflect more copiously, the rays which are not thus absorbed."...
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The Imperial magazine; or, Compendium of religious, moral, & philosophical ...

1832
...doctrine of the origin of colours, and every phenomenon in optics conspires to prove the truth of it — " The colours of natural bodies are not qualities inherent in the bodies themselves, by which they immediately affect our sense, but are mere consequences of that peculiar disposition...
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The Sacred History of the World: As Displayed in the Creation and ..., Volume 1

Sharon Turner - Creation - 1833 - 603 pages
...absorbing a great quantity of light."—Dr. Brewster, Opties, p. I.'*7. * Sir I. Newton " concluded that the colours of natural bodies are not qualities inherent in the bodies themselves, out arise from the disposition of the particles of each body to stop or otoorb certain rays; and thus...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Volume 17

Science - 1834
...the same colour to the same degree of refrangibility ; that whitenessor white light is a compoundof all the colours of the spectrum ; that blackness was...bodies themselves, but arise from the disposition ot' the particles of each body to stop or absorb certain rays, and thus to reflect more copiously those...
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The sacred history of the world: as displayed in the creation and ..., Volume 1

Sharon Turner - Creation - 1833
...of absorbing a great quantity of light.' Dr. Brewster, Optics, p. 1ST. 17 Sir I. Newton ' concluded that the colours of natural bodies are not qualities...from the disposition of the particles of each body to itop or absorb certain rays ; and thus to reflect more copiously, the rays which are not thus absorbed.'...
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Family Magazine: Or Monthly Abstract of General Knowledge

1837
...capable of absorbing a great quantity of light. Sir I. Newton concluded, "that the colours of natural bodies themselves, but arise from the disposition...certain rays ; and thus to reflect more copiously the rays which are not thus absorbn Dr. Brewnter. ACCOMMODATION OF THE EYE TO DISTANCES.a [Section...
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The Family Magazine, Volume 4

1837
...capable of absorbing a great quantity of light. Sir I. Newton concluded, " that the colours of natural bodies themselves, but arise from the disposition of the particles of each body, to stop or ahxrirb certain rays ; and thus to reflect more copiously the rays which are not thus abmrb| e,d."...
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