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

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The

mx ) will be given by I area AC'B OC 1 area ACB oc 2 ' Ii is obvious that the finite

width of the slit has in this case introduced no error in the observed

The

**ratio**I / I . (**ratio**of transmitted to incident radiation in the equation I = 1 , e -mx ) will be given by I area AC'B OC 1 area ACB oc 2 ' Ii is obvious that the finite

width of the slit has in this case introduced no error in the observed

**ratio**I / I ..Page 758

For the change of wall lining from aluminium to lead there are two opposing

effects ; first , there is that of y - rays scattered from the base ; here , in the same

way as for the base , the presence of lead increases the RaB / RaC

other ...

For the change of wall lining from aluminium to lead there are two opposing

effects ; first , there is that of y - rays scattered from the base ; here , in the same

way as for the base , the presence of lead increases the RaB / RaC

**ratio**. On theother ...

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no Х n = n alp and Blp in terms of X / p is to determine ( a – B ) and the

B ) from measurements of the currents . Equation ( 1 ) may be written in the form

ela - B ) ( 1-6 ) ( 2 ) 1 + y - pela - B ) ( 2-0 ) where y = B / - B ) , and since ning is ...

no Х n = n alp and Blp in terms of X / p is to determine ( a – B ) and the

**ratio**B ! ( -B ) from measurements of the currents . Equation ( 1 ) may be written in the form

ela - B ) ( 1-6 ) ( 2 ) 1 + y - pela - B ) ( 2-0 ) where y = B / - B ) , and since ning is ...

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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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