Colour: An Elementary Manual for Students.
London: Cassell & Company, Limited, 1891. Revised. Cloth over Boards. 12mo, pp. viii, 192, indexed, illustrated with b/w drawings and 6 color plates. Very Good. Item #21892
The author, a British chemist and a talented artist, presents many of the chief facts connected with the origin, the phenomena, and the employment of colour. Chapters on composition and analysis of light; production of colour by absorption, diffraction and polarization; opalescence and fluorescence; mutual relations of colours; modification of colour by illumination; and much more.
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