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

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The second

sn v cn u dn u ( en ( on " ) cn v dn v K SN u sn v dn v sn v = U Cu + zsu ) . ( 16 )

cnv en v dn V Il = log 0 sn v ฟ บ - The first

The second

**integral**in ( 10 ) thus adds up to K sny v E u + znut cn v dn v dn . sn 1sn v cn u dn u ( en ( on " ) cn v dn v K SN u sn v dn v sn v = U Cu + zsu ) . ( 16 )

cnv en v dn V Il = log 0 sn v ฟ บ - The first

**integral**in ( 10 ) is already in the ...Page 858

Further , we will divide the

and apply ( 54 ) in the calculation of the former

calculation of the latter . Introduced in ( 33 ) , the expression ( 57 ) for p

corresponds to a ...

Further , we will divide the

**integral**9 - pdp in two parts , S. Inpdp and Søg Inpdp ,and apply ( 54 ) in the calculation of the former

**integral**and ( 55 ) in thecalculation of the latter . Introduced in ( 33 ) , the expression ( 57 ) for p

corresponds to a ...

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This equation shows that A must be zero , otherwise it would depend on n . In

order to satisfy the equation , it is necessary and sufficient that n , = + n / 2 . ( 9 )

We know from the spectroscopic evidence that n can take all

that ...

This equation shows that A must be zero , otherwise it would depend on n . In

order to satisfy the equation , it is necessary and sufficient that n , = + n / 2 . ( 9 )

We know from the spectroscopic evidence that n can take all

**integral**values ; sothat ...

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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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