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

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Page 297

It follows , therefore , that for a given p , if E , and E , are the squares of the field

intensities in the sphere and plane cases respectively , we have , with slight

the ...

It follows , therefore , that for a given p , if E , and E , are the squares of the field

intensities in the sphere and plane cases respectively , we have , with slight

**approximation**, Eg ? 2πρh р E , 27 Rh sin 8 , Rsino sin 0 Hence the formula forthe ...

Page 447

The

for values of the emissivity greater than 0:25 ( i . e . , reflectivity less than 0.75 )

the

...

The

**approximation**was also adjusted so that 1 da F ( . ... It was also shown thatfor values of the emissivity greater than 0:25 ( i . e . , reflectivity less than 0.75 )

the

**approximate**solution obtained with n = 2 was quite satisfactory and that even...

Page 454

For the two - term exponential

assuming that 0 ( x ) = A , + Ayeayt + A '24 ( 1-3 ) + Agea , + + A , 63 ( 1-2 ) , and

proceeding as before . It should be noted that the

when ...

For the two - term exponential

**approximation**the solution can be found byassuming that 0 ( x ) = A , + Ayeayt + A '24 ( 1-3 ) + Agea , + + A , 63 ( 1-2 ) , and

proceeding as before . It should be noted that the

**approximate**solutions obtainedwhen ...

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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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