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

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properly screened from all outside

patches of

stretched on wooden supports was built up in front of the observation window of

the cross ...

properly screened from all outside

**light**and must be able to see only the twopatches of

**light**. For this purpose a small dark room made of thick canvasstretched on wooden supports was built up in front of the observation window of

the cross ...

Page 546

The inclusion of secondary scattering would reduce the effective depth of the sea

from which the scattered

intensities of the red and yellow , for which the absorption is strong , It is obvious

...

The inclusion of secondary scattering would reduce the effective depth of the sea

from which the scattered

**light**returns ; it would also serve to further diminish theintensities of the red and yellow , for which the absorption is strong , It is obvious

...

Page 978

In a later paper † de Broglie uses the methods of statistical mechanics to derive

Wien's law of radiation from the hypothesis of discrete

correct numerical factor , he adopts Brillouin's suggestion that each

In a later paper † de Broglie uses the methods of statistical mechanics to derive

Wien's law of radiation from the hypothesis of discrete

**light**- atoms . To obtain thecorrect numerical factor , he adopts Brillouin's suggestion that each

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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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