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

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Let us suppose the shift to be the simplest possible , namely , that of C'D ' parallel to itself to GH through a

Let us suppose the shift to be the simplest possible , namely , that of C'D ' parallel to itself to GH through a

**distance**OK = s = Do ? / V2 along the normal to AB , and let GH intersect Ef ' in L , which is now to be regarded as a new ...Page 195

Let us assume that the portions of the ellipse which are most concerned in deciding the position of these foci , are closely adjacent to the extremities of the major axis , and calculate the

Let us assume that the portions of the ellipse which are most concerned in deciding the position of these foci , are closely adjacent to the extremities of the major axis , and calculate the

**distance**of the foci from the centre on this ...Page 200

**Distance**between components in Scale of Order of λ . ito millim . negative . spectrum . H. 4811 18.6 1 millim . 2 32.108 4722 20.7 = 4 : 41 A.U. 4680 25.1 3345 Imperceptible 1 millim . 3 32. 108 3303 = 2.94 A.U. 3282 0 It appears ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

m FIFTH SERIES | 1 |

Mr W Sutherland on the Relative Motion of the Earth | 23 |

F Brush on the Transmission of Radiant Heat | 31 |

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