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    colour physics

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    Colour Physics 712 words 1.     Colour physics, dispersion of sunlight into colours of the spectrum. (Sir Isaac Newton 1676) Discuss and illustrate Newton’s experiments and beyond, from particle to wave theory. 2.     Research, identify and illustrate how the eye sees colour, reference to light emitted, transmitted and reflected. 1. Sir Isaac Newton, held the theory that light was made up of tiny particles. Around the same period, Christiaan Huygens, believed that light was made up of waves vibrating

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    Role of Colour in Impressionism In this essay, I shall try to examine how great a role colour played in the evolution of Impressionism. Impressionism in itself can be seen as a linkage in a long chain of procedures, which led the art to the point it is today. In order to do so, colour in Impressionism needs to be placed within an art-historical context for us to see more clearly the role it has played in the evolution of modern painting. In the late eighteenth century, for example, ancient Greek

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    Racism: Are We Better Off Colour Blind? My background is Italian, so that makes me Italian-Canadian. The only time I have personally experienced racism was when I was called a "wop." This is how it felt: hurtful, degrading, humiliating. This is what it made me feel like as a person: worthless, inferior, powerless. Is this what goes on in the world? Is it truly fair? That is what my experience made me wonder. People who taunt others, in my opinion, are actually insecure about themselves

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    Investigation Into the Colour of Light Needed to Start a Photosynthesis Reaction Diagrams [IMAGE] Method The apparatus for this experiment will be setup as shown in the diagram, for all the experiments the coloured filter will be 5cm away from the white light bulb, which is a 60watt bulb, and the beaker will be 20cm away from the edge of the coloured filter. Just before the experiment takes place we will place the pond weed (which has been in darkness for at least 24 hours to stop

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    The Effects of Colours and Radiation on the Rate of Cooling of Tap Water Aim: To investigate radiation and the rate at which it cools ordinary tap water according to the colour of insulation. Apparatus needed: · Several Standard 250ml glass beakers (to be replaced after each test) · A kettle (to heat the water) · A square of bubble-wrap (to sit under the beaker to insulate it from the floor) · A Thermometer · A stopwatch · Safety Goggles (due to handling very hot

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    Inside pages

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    can carry on to put colour in the leaflet. Version 3 Front and back pages Now I needed to add any design features I need. So the main design features, which was needed was the colour in the leaflet. S o I added the colour in both these pages so that it was the same colour on the front and back page. It covered everything including the text then I clicked the “send to back” icon and it went to the background. Inside pages The inside pages were different colour to the front and back

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    galatasaray.co.uk. I must produce the company logo graphic to meet ‘Galatasaray’ design brief: · image must use Colour · image must incorporate text and graphics · image must be no larger than 3 inches square The company is interested in seeing my skills so I should make sure I demonstrate that I can use: · drawing tools (e.g. line, shape, text, brush, Colour, spray) · attribute tools (e.g. fill, line thickness) · manipulation tools (e.g. move, size, copy, paste, flip or

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    The Color Code in The Great Gatsby The Great Gatsby is full of symbolism. Colours, for example, are used to represent many different things; some even represent a theme of the novel. White, yellow, grey, green are just some of the colours which Fitzgerald uses in a special way, because each of these colours has a special meaning, different from the ones we regularly know or use. White is a colour which appears many times throughout the novel. At first, it is used to describe Daisy. The

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    identify which one of the groups the sample contains. The flow chart below shows the chemical techniques, which I will use to identify the functional group of the unknown. 1: Test with universal indicator. [IMAGE] Turn red turn And other colour. 2: Test with bromine water 3: test with 2, 4 DNPH [IMAGE][IMAGE] [IMAGE][IMAGE] [IMAGE][IMAGE] Decolourises No orange/yellow No [IMAGE][IMAGE]Bromine water Change

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    Investigation of Enzymes

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    right temperature at different times . Making sure the temperature stays that way Prediction: My prediction is that I will able to see how enzymes can be affected by temperature, as when I start adding the drops, the colour will change from black to a lighter colour. However, this only will occur at different speed and heat temperature. I will be able to test it by recording its results at different temperatures. The experiment will work best at 35oC as its closest to body temp. [IMAGE]

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