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

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that these atoms can survive at least 104 collisions with water molecules without

giving up their

volts are probably not quite sufficient for the dissociation of 1,0 into H and OH ,

and ...

that these atoms can survive at least 104 collisions with water molecules without

giving up their

**energy**. These facts speak in favour of the assumption that 4.9volts are probably not quite sufficient for the dissociation of 1,0 into H and OH ,

and ...

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The

and is thus equal to 1 87c2 ( A2 + B : + C ? ) cos ? pot . The kinetic

unit volume of the moving electrified parts is dy ; + + dt dt dy , dz , + + dt dt de

From ...

The

**energy**per unit volume due to the electric force is ( X ? + Y ? + Z2 ) / 87co ,and is thus equal to 1 87c2 ( A2 + B : + C ? ) cos ? pot . The kinetic

**energy**perunit volume of the moving electrified parts is dy ; + + dt dt dy , dz , + + dt dt de

From ...

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The

= 1- we see that the mean

mean of the sums of the kinetic and magnetic energies . Symmetrical Electron .

The

**energy energy**due to the magnetic field is 1 u k cosa p 87 c2 ca Since poʻlp= 1- we see that the mean

**energy**due to the electrostatic field is equal to themean of the sums of the kinetic and magnetic energies . Symmetrical Electron .

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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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