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

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J. - 1 and Jt + 1 are Bessel

expressions in ( 12 ) and ( 13 ) , we must first express the C- and w for any

transition for which n ' – n " = + and k ' - k ' = +1 as a

relations ...

J. - 1 and Jt + 1 are Bessel

**functions**of the order indicated by the subscript . ...expressions in ( 12 ) and ( 13 ) , we must first express the C- and w for any

transition for which n ' – n " = + and k ' - k ' = +1 as a

**function**of , by means of therelations ...

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( T ) is , for a particular kind of molecule , a

( T ) = N ° ( T ) . Then A = 1 - UP ( T ) Therefore , for finding the pressure , we have

the relation dp C ( – RT d log 1 Co { T ) The solution of this gives RT р 4 ( T ) log ...

( T ) is , for a particular kind of molecule , a

**function**of the temperature only . Write( T ) = N ° ( T ) . Then A = 1 - UP ( T ) Therefore , for finding the pressure , we have

the relation dp C ( – RT d log 1 Co { T ) The solution of this gives RT р 4 ( T ) log ...

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Of these various solutions one is proportional to the

which solution it is which has this property , we remark that the

with a term independent of z . Hence , the

Of these various solutions one is proportional to the

**function**u ( x ) . To discoverwhich solution it is which has this property , we remark that the

**function**u beginswith a term independent of z . Hence , the

**function**u will be a multiple of the ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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SIXTH SERIES | 1 |

JULY 1923 | 17 |

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

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