## Philosophical MagazineTaylor & Francis., 1923 - Physics |

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Since e - 2 * is

the variations of temperature would be negligible , and the temperature always

...

Since e - 2 * is

**approximately**equal to 1 . 9 x 10 - 3 , it is evident that at a depth 1the variations of temperature would be negligible , and the temperature always

**approximately**equal to 0 . During the last glacial epoch the southern edge of the...

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The convectivity for a given gradient was , over the range covered ,

as was to be expected from a consideration of the variation of the coefficient of

expansion ...

The convectivity for a given gradient was , over the range covered ,

**approximately**proportional to the excess of the mean temperature above 5o C. (as was to be expected from a consideration of the variation of the coefficient of

expansion ...

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( 20 ) The solution of this equation is identical with that of a spinning top under a

special system of impressed forces . To solve ( 20 ) , let u = weli ) Then Sa + w { R

' – M , } = 0 , . . . . ( 21 ) where P i ( L - F ) iN Rait 2 pi very

( 20 ) The solution of this equation is identical with that of a spinning top under a

special system of impressed forces . To solve ( 20 ) , let u = weli ) Then Sa + w { R

' – M , } = 0 , . . . . ( 21 ) where P i ( L - F ) iN Rait 2 pi very

**approximately**. All the ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

SIXTH SERIES | 1 |

JULY 1923 | 17 |

Mr B E Mourashkinsky on the Diffraction Pattern in a case | 29 |

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