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

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A maximum correction of 0.7 mm . would be necessary if the whole 1.5 metre

length of the piston were pulled out at 1000 ° C. and cooled to 20 ° C. , assuming

the

the ...

A maximum correction of 0.7 mm . would be necessary if the whole 1.5 metre

length of the piston were pulled out at 1000 ° C. and cooled to 20 ° C. , assuming

the

**coefficient**of expansion of silica to be 5.0 x 10-7 . At the higher temperaturesthe ...

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The last column shows the values of the pressure

Houston's formula , eq . ( 2 ) , which uses b = 28. = constant . TABLE I. 1 R C Com

) x10-12 ( C.G.S. ) . ( All values negative unless otherwise indicated . ) Element .

The last column shows the values of the pressure

**coefficient**as computed fromHouston's formula , eq . ( 2 ) , which uses b = 28. = constant . TABLE I. 1 R C Com

) x10-12 ( C.G.S. ) . ( All values negative unless otherwise indicated . ) Element .

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The Hall

12,000 gauss , was positive in sign , and had the exceptionally large value +

4802 . The remarkable difference in the Hall

galena ...

The Hall

**coefficient**of this specimen was independent of field - strength up to12,000 gauss , was positive in sign , and had the exceptionally large value +

4802 . The remarkable difference in the Hall

**coefficients**of the two crystals ofgalena ...

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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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