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

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**value**of qb ' , namely , that given by -8 . qb12 — — 4 sin3 = - 32i / sin 2i , · · ( 21 ) but to different**values**of 9 , there being two**values**of q for any given**value**of qb'2 . The reader should note that figs . 5-9 are merely diagram ...Page 405

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**value**of f ( l ) when V = V ' . The formula ( 13 ' ) obviously leads to the right**value**, for it has been fitted to ab , and when VV ' l = b . It also leads to the right**value**, ƒ ( l ) = n1 for all**values**of V when p = 0 . 9. The only ...Page 474

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**values**of P , R , and μ calculated from the measurements in each of the tables . The presence of three unknowns made the probable errors of calculation large , and attention was only paid to the**values**of obtained . These**values**, calcu ...### 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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