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

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The armature current increases from

pass through the core . The point Y remains fixed until mid - position , i . e . 90°

ahead , is reached . Beyond this point the field due to the armature current ...

The armature current increases from

**zero**, and in so doing it constrains the flux topass through the core . The point Y remains fixed until mid - position , i . e . 90°

ahead , is reached . Beyond this point the field due to the armature current ...

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If k < 1 , K is initially less than 1 and negative . then becomes

of the axis from the outer to the inner circle , and again on the passage back to

the outer circle . Hence there are loops in the path , the nodes occurring near the

...

If k < 1 , K is initially less than 1 and negative . then becomes

**zero**in the passageof the axis from the outer to the inner circle , and again on the passage back to

the outer circle . Hence there are loops in the path , the nodes occurring near the

...

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T and -87 1T ; , = Gi ; -- 391 G . This equation shows that T is of weight

of weight one , T , of weight

proposed by Einstein : - 871T ;; = Gi ; - $ i ; Go , –8TISj = Gi - Fi , G , 2 Gi = + = -47

po , Gi ...

T and -87 1T ; , = Gi ; -- 391 G . This equation shows that T is of weight

**zero**, T .;of weight one , T , of weight

**zero**. Now consider the system of equationsproposed by Einstein : - 871T ;; = Gi ; - $ i ; Go , –8TISj = Gi - Fi , G , 2 Gi = + = -47

po , Gi ...

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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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