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Taylor & Francis., 1917 - Physics

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Contents

JULY 1917
17
Mr E M Wellisch on the Motion of lons and Electrons
33
Prof W M Thornton on the Nature of Chemical Affinity
66
AUGUST
80
Lord Rayleigh on the Pressure developed in a Liquid during
94
Mr Harold Jeffreys on Periodic Convection Currents in
112
V Raman and Mr Ashutosh Dey on the Main
130
Mr E A Biederinann on the Energy in the Electromagnetic
142
Prof O W Richardson and Lieut C B Bazzoni on
285
Miss N Thomas and Dr Allan Ferguson on the Evaporation
308
Prof A Eddington on Astronomical Consequences of
321
Prof Frank Horton on High Potential Batteries for supplying
327
Dr Eva Bruins on the Application of van der Waals Equation DEI State Salwarelelogica
380
NOVEMBER
384
Dr H Bateman on some Fundamental Concepts of Electrical
405
Lord Rayleigh on the Colours diffusely reflected from some
423

Notices respecting New Books
151
Sir E Rutherford on the Penetrating Power of the X
153
Prof A S Eddington on Astronomical Consequences of
163
Potential of Sodium Vapour
177
Dr Balth van der Pol on the Relation of the Audibility
184
Mr H H Poole on the Temperature Variation of
195
Isserlis on the Variation of the Multiple Correlation
205
OCTOBER
220
Mr G A Hemsalech on the Production of Coloured Flames
243
Prof T G Barkla and Miss M P White on the Absorption
270
Mr S Ratner on the Distribution of the Active Deposit
429
Dr Harold Jeffreys on Periodic Convection Currents in
449
The Earl of Berkeley on the Theory of Osmotic Equilibrium
459
Prof Frank Horton on the Application of Thermionic Currents
461
Dr H S Allen on Atomic Frequency and Atomic Number
479
Dr H S Allen on Electronic Frequency and Atomic Number
488
Mr T Chaundy on a Method of LineCoordinates for Investi
496
Prof H C Plummer on the Action of Coupled Circuits
510
Sir Oliver Lodge on Astronomical Consequences of the Elec
517
Proceedings of the Geological Society
528

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