## Philosophical MagazineTaylor & Francis., 1912 - Physics |

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**corresponding**set of instantaneous motions shall give rise to a simultaneous set of forces at the point P ' in the moving system . Consider two**corresponding**orbits of some electron in the fixed and moving systems respectively . Suppose ...Page 75

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**corresponding**electronic motion occurs in the moving . system at the point x , y , z , at the time 1 / 2T + “ በ εvx ' = εv.x ' C2 Ev.xl C2 ་ Now we have already seen that if an electronic motion occurring at O produces its effect at ...Page 231

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**corresponding**rays , and the points where they strike the atmosphere**corresponding**points . Suppose now the conditions to be such that one of the groups gives rise to a band . If the difference of deflectibility is fairly small the ...### Contents

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Dr Herbert Stansfield and Mr H P Walmsley on Changes | 25 |

Dr J R Ashworth on the Magnetic Temperature Coefficients | 36 |

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