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

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Accordingly , if we take the p - 1th , pth , and p + 1th of Maxwell's

Accordingly , if we take the p - 1th , pth , and p + 1th of Maxwell's

**equations**and add them together after multiplying the pth by 2 , all the R's will be eliminated except three , the resulting**equation**being v ( R - 3 + 2R , + Rp + 1 ) ...Page 48

RN - 1 are given by the

RN - 1 are given by the

**equation**R = A'w - m + B'o –m , ( 10 ) and aRn = A'u " + Blva , ( 11 ) where A ' + B ' = A + B . ( 12 ) We have now used N - 3 of our N**equations**( 1 ) , and have three left to complete the determination of A B A ...Page 471

n = 00 4po Σ E a2 - TT n = 1 a The

n = 00 4po Σ E a2 - TT n = 1 a The

**equation**( 1 ) thus becomes - ( 2n - 1 ) 27260 ( 2n - 1 ) X p = -sin 2n - 1 This value of p is unaltered by changing « into a - X , showing , as it should , that at any time the distribution is ...### 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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