## The London, Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of ScienceTaylor & Francis, 1923 - Physics |

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Thus in a chain of carbon atoms of this kind the effect of the substitution of

chlorine for hydrogen at one of them is to make the

successive carbon atoms alternately greater or less than the normal , i . e . , to

make ...

Thus in a chain of carbon atoms of this kind the effect of the substitution of

chlorine for hydrogen at one of them is to make the

**density**of the electrons roundsuccessive carbon atoms alternately greater or less than the normal , i . e . , to

make ...

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For values of the

into which it issues , ordinates of the curve Y are less than the corresponding

ordinate of the straight line A1 A , Az . Similarly for values of the

For values of the

**density**of the issuing gas greater than that of the air at 100° C .into which it issues , ordinates of the curve Y are less than the corresponding

ordinate of the straight line A1 A , Az . Similarly for values of the

**density**of the ...Page 800

latter case , the experimental values indicate that a linear relation exists between

the degree of air entrainment due to diffusion and the

These relations for the cases when a relatively heavier gas issues into air at 14o

...

latter case , the experimental values indicate that a linear relation exists between

the degree of air entrainment due to diffusion and the

**density**of the issuing gas .These relations for the cases when a relatively heavier gas issues into air at 14o

...

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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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