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

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1 ) is proportional to f ( na ) , the machine gives Ef ( na ) cos no = & f ( x ) cos x mo which is proportional to Az if k = Hence to obtain the

1 ) is proportional to f ( na ) , the machine gives Ef ( na ) cos no = & f ( x ) cos x mo which is proportional to Az if k = Hence to obtain the

**integral**, the lower ends of the vertical rods R ( Pl . XI . ) aro moved along the lovers B ...Page 176

This must evidently be the case , for the line

This must evidently be the case , for the line

**integral**of the magnetic force round a circuit is equal to 47 times the current through the circuit ; in this case the currents are dielectric currents , and equal the rate of increase of ...Page 180

... then the line

... then the line

**integral**of this magnetic force round the circle whose radius is b and whose axis is the axis of z is 20H ; the magnetic force lasts for a time 2d / V , so that the time**integral**of the line**integral**is 4mbH / V . At ...### 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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