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

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Page 341

If now a horizontal line is drawn parallel to the base at a height

lowest elevation , which in this case is violet , it will represent

stimulation of the three sensations , which cause the white sensation associated

with ...

If now a horizontal line is drawn parallel to the base at a height

**equal**to thelowest elevation , which in this case is violet , it will represent

**equal**degrees ofstimulation of the three sensations , which cause the white sensation associated

with ...

Page 851

Thus our result is the average of ( R ' + L'p ) ( CO ) , and so the final estimate of

the effective resistance is again

surrounding a central core . It is proved by Heaviside † that the effective ...

Thus our result is the average of ( R ' + L'p ) ( CO ) , and so the final estimate of

the effective resistance is again

**equal**to R ' . § 5. The correlated problem of a coilsurrounding a central core . It is proved by Heaviside † that the effective ...

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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

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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