## The London, Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of ScienceTaylor & Francis, 1928 - English periodicals |

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2 and 4 are , at least

lines is itself strongly suggestive of the possibility that the graphs represent X -

ray lines ( perhaps semi - optical lines ) such as might be produced by single ...

2 and 4 are , at least

**approximately**, similar to the Moseley diagram for X - raylines is itself strongly suggestive of the possibility that the graphs represent X -

ray lines ( perhaps semi - optical lines ) such as might be produced by single ...

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A / B = 100 , B 30 of the Compton electrons , and , using for the angle

corresponding to the mean energy , we get B , D , = 3f

make calculations , we use A ' / B ; ' B. ' B D 1 1 , f = ) , and f = j . B2 B. D. Then 1. /

I ' B + D ...

A / B = 100 , B 30 of the Compton electrons , and , using for the angle

corresponding to the mean energy , we get B , D , = 3f

**approximately**. In order tomake calculations , we use A ' / B ; ' B. ' B D 1 1 , f = ) , and f = j . B2 B. D. Then 1. /

I ' B + D ...

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2 is that U should be

n = ( 2k + 1 ) 2e where n denotes the frequency . For the fundamental mode of

vibration a n 12 2e ' We have U = Nw 1 K 1K otEcot be a 2 HP To obtain the ...

2 is that U should be

**approximately**zero , so that lewo ( k + * ) - = 0 2 a or a ( 30 )n = ( 2k + 1 ) 2e where n denotes the frequency . For the fundamental mode of

vibration a n 12 2e ' We have U = Nw 1 K 1K otEcot be a 2 HP To obtain the ...

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### Contents

SEVENTH SERIES | 1 |

Wertenstein on a New Method of Determination of | 17 |

Prof A Press on the Classical Reasonableness of the Quantum | 33 |

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