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

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magnetization , and let P , Q be the limits of the small cycle corresponding to any

point P on the curve . The point P

demagnetization to ...

1

**represent**the " curve of demagnetization ” of the magnet after its originalmagnetization , and let P , Q be the limits of the small cycle corresponding to any

point P on the curve . The point P

**represents**the greatest degree ofdemagnetization to ...

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9 , in which curve ( a )

values given in column ( 9 ) -i . e . , the total ... 1-11 " slightly exceeds the

magnetic and thermal effects

difference ...

9 , in which curve ( a )

**represents**the mechanical work W - W ' , and ( b ) thevalues given in column ( 9 ) -i . e . , the total ... 1-11 " slightly exceeds the

magnetic and thermal effects

**represented**in column ( 9 ) : at larger angles thedifference ...

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The difference in the electric field produced by substitution will be that due to the

system

three Fig . 2 . b 0 +7 a H - 1 sides of the octet , each side corresponding to two ...

The difference in the electric field produced by substitution will be that due to the

system

**represented**in fig . 2 , where again a , b , c**represent**the projections ofthree Fig . 2 . b 0 +7 a H - 1 sides of the octet , each side corresponding to two ...

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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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