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

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In order to verify this hypothesis I have tried to repeat the experiment with radon

as pure as possible ; if radon was absorbed , the

than its theoretical value . I have used for this experiment radon the degree of ...

In order to verify this hypothesis I have tried to repeat the experiment with radon

as pure as possible ; if radon was absorbed , the

**final**volume ought to be smallerthan its theoretical value . I have used for this experiment radon the degree of ...

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Initial and

( m + 1 + m ) Q ( m ) ... ( m - 1 - m ) In these equations v , is the frequency of the

origin of the band , and F and f stand for the initial and the

.

Initial and

**Final**Terms :We have , as usual , R ( m ) = v0 + F ( m + 1 ) -1 ( m ) , ( i . )( m + 1 + m ) Q ( m ) ... ( m - 1 - m ) In these equations v , is the frequency of the

origin of the band , and F and f stand for the initial and the

**final**states respectively.

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From these tables it will be seen that the initial and the

in two ways , as shown in each of the equations iv . and v . , are fairly constant

within the limits of errors of measurements . The means of the two values got in

two ...

From these tables it will be seen that the initial and the

**final**term differences gotin two ways , as shown in each of the equations iv . and v . , are fairly constant

within the limits of errors of measurements . The means of the two values got in

two ...

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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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