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

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the

23 ) K ' 90 where } 70 a 90 = K ' and 2g sinh- sin2x -24 % sinh • 2 2ng sin 490 + ...

K K uo = arc tan πβ 2πβ 1–2q cosh cos 2ro + 2q * cosh cos 4ro + .

the

**expression**for 2 in a form convenient for calculation reduces to 20 B ui + + (23 ) K ' 90 where } 70 a 90 = K ' and 2g sinh- sin2x -24 % sinh • 2 2ng sin 490 + ...

K K uo = arc tan πβ 2πβ 1–2q cosh cos 2ro + 2q * cosh cos 4ro + .

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the number of atoms per unit volume , e and m being the charge and mass of the

electron , c the velocity of light , Darwin's

We give in Table I. the data calculated for the ( 111 ) reflexion for gold , silver ...

the number of atoms per unit volume , e and m being the charge and mass of the

electron , c the velocity of light , Darwin's

**expression**becomes tangh mg ( 1 ) maWe give in Table I. the data calculated for the ( 111 ) reflexion for gold , silver ...

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To find now the fundamental form of space , we must bear in mind two points : ( 1

) In ( 8 ) the kinetic and potential Energies appear perfectly symmetrically , ( 2 )

Lagrange's

is ...

To find now the fundamental form of space , we must bear in mind two points : ( 1

) In ( 8 ) the kinetic and potential Energies appear perfectly symmetrically , ( 2 )

Lagrange's

**expression**( 1 ) for the equations of Motion becomes a geodesic if Tis ...

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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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