## Philosophical MagazineTaylor & Francis, 1913 - Physics |

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Eliminating dp between

Eliminating dp between

**equations**( 3 ) and ( 5 ) we obtain the**equation**s ( 1 + 8 ) ds v ( s , p , 0 ) ds v ( s , p , 0 ) = dG So ( s , p , 0 ) • ( 6 ) This**equation**is due to Duhem * , who deduced it from first principles . It has also ...Page 34

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**equation**which is the ordinary**equation**of hydrostatic equilibrium . By the above device we are able to deduce immediately the Gibbs**equation**for the solvent in the solution by means of the coexisting column of solvent vapour . The ...Page 152

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**equation**m = mo for the mass of a moving body , where m 。 is √1-93 / c2 the mass of the body at rest and q is its velocity . By sub- stitution of**equation**( 12 ) we may obtain the following**equation**for transforming measurements of ...### Contents

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Dr N Bohr on the Theory of the Decrease of Velocity | 10 |

Dr S A Shorter on the Application of the Theory | 31 |

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