Light: A Series of Simple, Entertaining, and Inexpensive Experiments in the Phenomena of Light, for the Use of Students of Every Age

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D. Appleton, 1877 - Light - 112 pages
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Page 115 - THE EXPERIMENTAL SCIENCE SERIES. SOUND: A Series of Simple, Entertaining, and Inexpensive Experiments in tht Phenomena of Sound, for the Use of Students of Every Age.
Page 118 - A Short History of Natural Science and of the Progress of Discovery, From the Time of the Greeks to the Present Time.
Page 115 - LIGHT: a Series of Simple, entertaining, and Inexpensive Experiments in the Phenomena of Light, for the Use of. Students of every age.
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Page 116 - It would really be difficult to exaggerate the merit, in the sense of consummate adaptation to its modest end, of this little treatise on 'Sound.' It teaches the youthful student how to make experiments for himself, without the help of a trained operator, and at very little expense. These hand-books of Professor Mayer should be in the hands of every teacher of the young."— New York Sun.
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Page 118 - A most admirable little volume. It is a classified resume of the chief discoveries in physical science. To the young student it is a book to open up new worlds with every chapter.
Page 118 - A child's reading-book admirably adapted to the purpose intended. The young reader is referred to nature itself rather than to books, and is taught to observe and investigate, and not to rest satisfied with a collection of dull definitions learned by rote and worthless to the possessor. The present work will be found a valuable and interesting addition to the somewhat overcrowded child's library.
Page 3 - ... recommendation of this handy volume. The illustrations add to its interest and value, and its simplicity, both of design and execution, will commend it to beginners and others seeking information on the subject." From the Philadelphia Press. "It supplies a large number of simple and entertaining experiments on the phenomena of light, that any one can perform with materials that maybe found in any dwelling-house, or that maybe bought for a small sum in any town or city. This actually is philosophy...

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