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

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This he takes as conclusive proof that it is really the carbon

anisotropic , since when the less refringent

the much more refringent

This he takes as conclusive proof that it is really the carbon

**atom**which isanisotropic , since when the less refringent

**atoms**of hydrogen are replaced bythe much more refringent

**atoms**of chlorine , the relative importance of the carbon**atom**...Page 882

There are eight A

there are 32 zinc

...

There are eight A

**atoms**, eight B**atoms**, twelve C**atoms**, and twenty - four D**atoms**. The A and D**atoms**are zinc , the B and C**atoms**are copper , so that thatthere are 32 zinc

**atoms**and 20 copper**atoms**. The relative proportions of the two...

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Thus the total number of excited

comparison with the number in this level . We can then calculate its density ,

neglecting the contributions from above . On the other hand , the number of

normal

Thus the total number of excited

**atoms**in levels higher than 23P , is small incomparison with the number in this level . We can then calculate its density ,

neglecting the contributions from above . On the other hand , the number of

normal

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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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