Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, Volume 9

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Royal Society of Edinburgh., 1878 - Science
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Contents

Note on Certain Formulæ in the Calculus of Operations By Pro
101
Observations on the Zodiacal Light By C Michie Smith Com
110
New General Formulæ for the Transformation of Infinite Series
117
On the Structure of the Bodywall in the Spionidae By W C
123
Note on Circular Crystals By E W Dallas
129
The Annual Periods of Thunder with Lightning Lightning only
135
On the Connection between Cohesion Elasticity Dilatation
141
On an Improved Form of Galvanic Battery By J Cook Com
148
Note on a New Fossil FootPrint from the Permian Sandstone
154
On the Parallel Roads of Lochaber By David Milne Home LL D
159
Laboratory Notes By Professor Tait
170
Election of OfficeBearers
203
On the Roots of the Equation W pºp 0 By Gustav Plarr Com
237
On the Distribution of Volcanic Debris over the Floor of the Ocean
247
On New and Littleknown Fossil Fishes from the Edinburgh Dis
262
On the Ruff Machetes Pugnaa By Professor Duns
272
Note on Clapeyrons Formula By Professor Dewar
283
Note on the Measure of Beknottedness By Professor Tait
289
Note on the Effect of Heat on Infusible Impalpable Powders
298
On Some Effects of Heat on ElectroStatic Attraction By Prof Tait
302
On the Action of Sulphuretted Hydrogen on the Hydrate and on
319
Laboratory Notes By Professor Tait
332
Specimen of Auriferous Quartz By Patrick Dudgeon rick Dudgeon
338
On the Precautions to be taken in recording and using the Records
349
On Eisensteins Continued Fraction By Thomas Muir M A
359
Exhibition of a Large Map showing the Progress of the Geological
367
Remarks by Sir William Thomson on delivering the Makdougall
486
Report of the Deputation to Upsala By Alexander Buchan M A
521
Note on Vector Conditions of Integrability By Professor Tait
527
On Gladstones Theory of ColourSense in Homer By Professor
533
Note on the Surface of a Body in terms of its Mass By Professor
541
Letter on the Phonograph By H E Rosevelt
548
On the Theory of the Telephone By Professor George Forbes
555
The application of the Graphic Method to the determination of
563
Mr Gotts and Professor Bells Explanation of the Action of
570
On the ThermoElectric Properties of Charcoal and certain Alloys
579
On the Action of the Chlorides of Iodine upon Acetylene
588
On some Definite Integrals By Professor Tait
594
On Beats of Imperfect Harmonies By Sir William Thomson
602
On Vortex Vibrations and on Instability of Vortex Motions
613
On the Indications of Molecular Action in the Telephone By R M
615
Sketch of the Arrangement of Tables of Ballistic Curves in
637
On some Physical Experiments relating to the Function of the Kid
648
Note of a Method of Studying the Binocular Vision of Colour
654
On the Anatomy of a recent Species of Polyodon the Polyodon
660
Remarks by David Milne Home LL D Convener of the Societys
692
On the Splitting up of Electric Currents as detected by the Tele
707
On a Class of Determinants By Mr J D H Dickson Tutor of
714
On a New General Method of Preparing the Primary Monamines
721
On some New Bases of the Leucoline Series Part I By G Carr
732
Donations to the Library of the Royal Society 178 446
739
INDEX
767

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