## Philosophical MagazineTaylor & Francis., 1898 - Physics |

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**axis**of z , and the lines of magnetic force circles with their centres on the**axis**of z . Let E be the electric intensity at a point distant from this**axis**; then the total normal induction over the surface of a cylinder passing through ...Page 181

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**axis**of z ; thus Ve tan 1 2 H ' = 2 rd hence if is the angle between OP and the positive direc- tion of the**axis**of z , the magnetic force at any point in the spherical wave is given by H - - 1 Ө Ve cot 2 rd Thus we see that the ...Page 382

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**axis**) ; similarly the image of a line - source inside the sphere together with an equal line - sink along the**axis**is an equal line - source through the inverse point . The image of a vortex - filament parallel to the**axis**of a ...### Contents

CONTENTS OF VOL XLV | 1 |

F Brush on the Transmission of Radiant Heat | 31 |

Mr W H Macaulay on the Stresses and Deflection | 42 |

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