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Taylor & Francis., 1926 - Physics

Contents

JANUARY
1
Prof W M Thornton on Models of Electron Structure Quantum
13
Dr H Rinde on a Method for Determination of the Adsorption
32
H Belz on the Distribution of Energy in the Continuous
50
32
59
Prof H T H Piaggio and Mr J Critchlow on a supposed Rela
67
Dr R D Rusk on the Absorption of Hydrogen in Potassium
97
Mr H Rowe on the Adsorption of Gases by Activated Charcoal
109
Prof G E M Jauncey and Mr O K De Foe on the Separation
711
Prof F H Newman on Enhanced Lines produced by the Interrupted
721
Dr R A Morton and Dr R W Riding on Refractivity Ionization
726
Dr J G Frayne and Dr A W Smith on the Absorption Spectra
732
H L Searle on the Wave Form of the Current in an Elec
738
Prof A Brown on the Application of the Rigorous Quotient Theorem
748
Dr N R Campbell on thÚ Evacuation of Carbon Dioxide
762
Mr H R Kempe on the Mechanical Solution of some Geometrical
768

Dr E E Witmer on Fraunhofer Diffraction Phenomena for
132
Prof A J Sutton Pippard and Mr G H W Clifford on
243
Mr H E H Wrinch and Dr D M Wrinch on the Roots of Hyper
272
Saha and Mr R Sur on the Absolute Value of Entropy
279
An XRay Examination of iErythritol
289
Mr E T Bell on certain Functions of Two Variables and their
304
Mr R ThorŠus on the XRay Spectra of the Lower Elements
312
M Sogani on the Optical Properties of Chromatic Emulsions
321
Prof W T David on the Pressures developed on Explosion of Gaseous
334
Dr G W C Kaye on an Improved AllMetal MercuryVapour
349
Mr F J W Whipple on the best Linear Relation connecting
378
Kahlenberg on the Separation of Crystalloids from
385
Dr Guy Barr on the AirBubble Viscometer Plate VI
395
Mr W H B Cameron on the Production of some Spectra
405
Dr P J Nolan on the Character of the Ionization produced
417
D Callis on Measurement of the Resistance of a Condenser
428
Messrs N K Sur and K Majumdar on the Absorption Spectra
451
Mr F E Relton on the Determination of Youngs Modulus from
463
Mr R G Lunnon on Gas Flow and Pressure Changes in Gases under
482
Dr K R Ramanathan and Mr N G Srinivasan on the Optical
491
Mr E J Lorenz on the socalled Positive PhotoElectric Emission
499
L Bircumshaw on tho Solubility of Hydrogen in Tin
510
Brunt on Energy in the Earths Atmosphere
523
Mr W Rule on the Variation of the E M F of a Photoactive Cell
532
G Barkla and Miss G L Mackenzie on the Superposition
542
The Research Staff of the General Electric Co Ltd on Properties
553
R McHaffie on the Effect of the Presence of an Indifferent
561
R Burch and N R Davis on the Quantitative Theory
581
Prof W F G Swann on the Pressure of Radiation
584
Dr H Gregory and Mr C T Archer on the Variation of the Thermal
593
Mr T Carlton Sutton on the Nature of the Critical Increment
606
Messrs P F Foster and J F Baker on the Determination
635
An Experimental Verification of Gibbs
641
Mr H Rowe on Adsorption of Carbon Dioxide by Activated Coconut
659
Mr W Burnside on the Hypothetical Infinite Population
670
Dr W E Curtis on New Series in the Secondary Hydrogen
695
Intelligence and Miscellaneous Articles
704
Problems
783
Mr G Ising on a Natural Limit for the Sensibility of Galvanometers
827
Mr A W Barton on the Efficiency of the ▀ray Recoil of Radium C
835
Mr R H Fowler on the Statistical Mechanics of Assemblies
845
Mr R N Ghosh on the Choice of Striking Point in the Pianoforte
875
Mr R Fraser on the Refractive Index of Gases and Vapours in
885
Notices respecting New Books
893
Dr H Jeffreys on Professor Jolys Theory of Earth History
923
Prof J Joly on the Surface History of the Earth
932
Prof F H Newman on the Sodium Arc in a Vacuum Plate XIV
940
A Fairweather on the Meltingpoints of the Normal Satu
944
Mr O Free Investigation of the Zirconium in Colorado Pitch
950
Prof G P Thomson on the Scattering of Positive Rays by
961
Mr A E Ruark on the Fine Structure and Zeeman Effect
977
Mr A Sat˘ on Dilatometric Investigation of the A3 and A Trans
996
Mr W Scutt on Germanium in a British Mineral
1007
Saha and Mr R K Sur on the Influence of Radiation
1025
Mr H Rowe on the Adsorption of Gases by Activated Charcoal
1042
Dr A Holmes on Estimates of Geological Time with Special
1055
Mr G Subrahmaniam on Variation of Logarithmic Decrement
1074
Mr J S McPetrie on the Time of Excitation of Hydrogen Atoms
1082
Messrs H T Tizard and D R Pye on Ignition of Gases by Sudden
1094
Dr Norman Campbell on Time and Chance
1106
Mr J A C Teegan on a Thermionic Valve Method of measuring
1117
Dr G N Antonoff on Evidence of Molecular Changes in Vapours
1121
Dr Norman Campbell on Dimensional Analysis
1145
Vegard on Results of Crystal Analysis
1151
C Jackson on the Orientation of the Oxygen Molecule in
1193
Messrs R W James and J T Randall on the Scattering Powers
1202
Mr W G Green on the Effect of Axial Restraint on the Stress
1236
Determination
1252
Dr G N Antonoff on SurfaceTension of Solids
1258
Mr H P Walmsley on the Conductivity of Clouds dispersed from
1266
Messrs A L McAulay and F P Bowen on some Experiments
1282
Index
1289
Prof J R Partington and Mr J F J Rule on the Dielectric Con
1294
Illustrative of Messrs P N Ghosh D Banerji and S K Dattas

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