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

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Substitution of these quantities in the equation given earlier gives for the number

of molecules of CO , adsorbed per square centimetre of mercury surface , at a

temperature of 160.1 C. , from a 2 per -

1015 .

Substitution of these quantities in the equation given earlier gives for the number

of molecules of CO , adsorbed per square centimetre of mercury surface , at a

temperature of 160.1 C. , from a 2 per -

**cent**. mixture with hydrogen : n = .5 x1015 .

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tained during a 100 - per -

mixture of isotopes . The ordinates are expressed in terms of the " separation

coefficient " B as a unit ; this has a different numerical value ( usually about 0 :

003 ...

tained during a 100 - per -

**cent**. efficient diffusion or irreversible evaporation of amixture of isotopes . The ordinates are expressed in terms of the " separation

coefficient " B as a unit ; this has a different numerical value ( usually about 0 :

003 ...

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The results of the measurements of the three alloys containing 0.127 per

:19 per

Diagram I. A glance at the diagram shows that the curves for the alloys containing

...

The results of the measurements of the three alloys containing 0.127 per

**cent**. , 1:19 per

**cent**. , and 2.76 per**cent**. of cadmium are given in graphical form inDiagram I. A glance at the diagram shows that the curves for the alloys containing

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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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