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

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Mava du Mevedra - Co where Ca ' denotes the concentration of the molecules a

the chamber , va = 1 / Ca ' , and the factor 1 / 1 - b expresses the

volume of the molecules c on the pressure . If C , denotes the concentration of the

...

Mava du Mevedra - Co where Ca ' denotes the concentration of the molecules a

the chamber , va = 1 / Ca ' , and the factor 1 / 1 - b expresses the

**effect**of thevolume of the molecules c on the pressure . If C , denotes the concentration of the

...

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Since the ionization is due to the secondary B - rays , and these can have

different origins , we must divide each I into four parts , A , B , C , and D ,

corresponding to photo - electric

two

Since the ionization is due to the secondary B - rays , and these can have

different origins , we must divide each I into four parts , A , B , C , and D ,

corresponding to photo - electric

**effect**and Compton**effect**in the metal , and thetwo

**effects**in ...Page 1286

An appreciable time must be required for this gradient to reach its maximum

value , so that if R , is much larger than R , then the apparent Hall

increase with the time after excitation of the magnet . In other words , the initial

Hall ...

An appreciable time must be required for this gradient to reach its maximum

value , so that if R , is much larger than R , then the apparent Hall

**effect**shouldincrease with the time after excitation of the magnet . In other words , the initial

Hall ...

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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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