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

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Page 124

From the curves it is seen that the flux - density at the bottom of the slot depends

chiefly on the ratio and

the depth of the slot exceeds 1.6 times its width . Slots deeper than this can ...

From the curves it is seen that the flux - density at the bottom of the slot depends

chiefly on the ratio and

**becomes**almost negligible ( less than 1 per cent . ) whenthe depth of the slot exceeds 1.6 times its width . Slots deeper than this can ...

Page 192

In an isotropic medium of constant permeability and capacity the right - hand side

of 1

the applied forces ; S ( Ej ) dv is the rate of dissipation of energy ; and hence ...

In an isotropic medium of constant permeability and capacity the right - hand side

of 1

**becomes**1 at + K 2 S ( E'j ) d , is the rate at which work is done on the field bythe applied forces ; S ( Ej ) dv is the rate of dissipation of energy ; and hence ...

Page 550

If e - 7-1 = er , then ( 5 )

, cos ( 2r + 1 ) x , where Cp = 2er . For r > 1 , C , follows the same

recurrencerelation as er , but for r = 0 the relation

The solution is ...

If e - 7-1 = er , then ( 5 )

**becomes**identically zero , and ( 3 ) may be written y = Ec, cos ( 2r + 1 ) x , where Cp = 2er . For r > 1 , C , follows the same

recurrencerelation as er , but for r = 0 the relation

**becomes**( n - 0-1 ) c , = 0c1 .The solution is ...

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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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