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

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The cut is the weight of the chlorine diffused divided by the weight of chlorine in

the heavy

on a z - axis , so the lines represented by dashes , such as H " , H. , " , H " , are ...

The cut is the weight of the chlorine diffused divided by the weight of chlorine in

the heavy

**fraction**or undiffused residue . The number of the operation is plottedon a z - axis , so the lines represented by dashes , such as H " , H. , " , H " , are ...

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Diffusate .4628 Instantunecus Lova 0 Resique Diiruse .6 = 2 .693B Change in

Molecular Horn ( N , + B 1.386B C = 4 2B 20793 C - 8 C = 162.772B 3B 10 09 08

07 06 ...

**Fraction**of Material in Diffusates 1 0 2 3 04 05 06 07 08 09 -B --8658 | -6938Diffusate .4628 Instantunecus Lova 0 Resique Diiruse .6 = 2 .693B Change in

Molecular Horn ( N , + B 1.386B C = 4 2B 20793 C - 8 C = 162.772B 3B 10 09 08

07 06 ...

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The time required for the production of any extreme

necessary to build up the intermediate

B3 , in which K is a constant , B the separation coefficient , E the efficiency , and ...

The time required for the production of any extreme

**fraction**, allowing for the timenecessary to build up the intermediate

**fractions**, is given by t = K ( AM ) Q./DE3B3 , in which K is a constant , B the separation coefficient , E the efficiency , and ...

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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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