The Reproduction of Colour

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Three hundred and fifty years ago, a physics student at Cambridge University would have been told that White is that which discharges a copious light equally clear in every direction. Black is that which does not emit light at all or which does it very sparingly. Red is that which emits a light more clear than usual, but interrupted by shady interstices

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