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

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Page 338

Young # originally

colour stimulated the three primary sensations but in unequal amounts . The

latter represented his

Young # originally

**assumed**... Both Young and Helmholtz**assumed**that everycolour stimulated the three primary sensations but in unequal amounts . The

latter represented his

**assumption**by the well - known diagram in fig . 1 .Page 370

Reasons for this are given towards the end of

due to an increase of resistance , the ... While it is not denied that a similar action

may take place in reasonably pure dielectrics , it is here

Reasons for this are given towards the end of

**Assuming**, then , that absorption isdue to an increase of resistance , the ... While it is not denied that a similar action

may take place in reasonably pure dielectrics , it is here

**assumed**that the ...Page 708

These results are not very conclusive for values of n over 5 , but , on the other

hand , the

already stated . Equation ( 9 ) indicates that 6 is the minimum value of n , which ...

These results are not very conclusive for values of n over 5 , but , on the other

hand , the

**assumed**distribution of molecular forces is somewhat improbable , asalready stated . Equation ( 9 ) indicates that 6 is the minimum value of n , which ...

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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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