1910 FAMED SCIENCE JOURNAL THE LONDON, EDINBURGH, AND DUBLIN PHILOSOPHICAL MAGAZINE AND JOURNAL OF SCIENCE 21 ARTICLES FAMED AUTHORS


Volume 19, January 1910 Number 109. Sixth Series, "THE LONDON, EDINBURGH, AND DUBLIN PHILOSOPHICAL MAGAZINE AND JOURNAL OF SCIENCE. Being a Continuation of Tilloch's Philosophical Magazine, Nicholson's Journal and Thomson's Annals of Philosophy." On the cutting edge of science and technology and medicine, the LED Philosophical Magazine published on the first day of every month, some of the most exciting breakthroughs and discoveries. Readers of the magazine were use to the likes of Charles Darwin, W. Stanley Jevons, William Robert Grove and hundreds of other science luminaries writing in the Journal. In total this issue contains 22 articles on a variety of technical and scientific subjects. This issue alone features William Sutherland, Walter Makower, E. Rutherford and T.H. Halvelock. The entire list: The Fundamental Constant of Atomic Vibration and the Nature of Dielectric Capacity. By WILLIAM SUTHERLAND, II. Molecular Diameters. By WILLIAM SUTHERLAND, III. The Relation between Periodic Variations of Pressure, Temperature, and Wind in the Atmosphere. By E. GOLD, M.A., Fellow of St. John’s College, Cambridge, IV. Tables of the ber and bei and ker and kei Functions, with further Formulai for their Computation. By HAROLD G. SAVIDGE, V. Some further Notes on the Physiological Principles underlying the Flicker Photometer. By J.S. DOW, B.Sc, VI. The Effective Resistance and Inductance of a Helical Coil. By J.W. NICHOLSON, M.A., D.Sc, VII. Note on a Gravitational Problem. By C.V. BURTON, D.Sc, VIII. Note on the Regularity of Structure of Actual Crystals. By LORD RAYLEIGH, O.M., F.R.S., IX. The Recoil of Radium C from Radium B. By WALTER MAKOWER, M.A., D.Sc, Assistant Lecturer and Demonstrator, and DISNEY RUSS, D.Sc, Demonstrator in Physics in the University, Manchester, X. Ductile Materials under Combined Stress. By WALTER A. SCOBLE, A.R.C.Sc, Whitworth Scholar (Plate 1), XI. Spontaneous Generation of Electrons in an Elastic Solid Ether. By Prof. ALEXANDER McAULAY, University of Tasmania, XII. Telephonic Intelligibility. By GEO. A. CAMPBELL, Ph.D., XIII. On the Instantaneous Propagation of Disturbance in a Dispersive Medium. By T.H. HAVELOCK, M.A., D.Sc, Armstrong College, Newcastle-on-Tyne, XIV. The Principles of Dynamics. By NORMAN CAMPBELL, Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, XV. The Ether. By NORMAN CAMPBELL, Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, XVI. Action of the a Rays on Glass. By Prof. E. RUTHERFORD, F.R.S., University of Manchester, XVII. The Absorption Spectrum of Potassium Vapour. By P.V. BEVAN, M.A. Royal Holloway College. (Plate II), XVIII. The Theory of the Small Ion in Gases. By E.M. WELLISCH, XIX. Alternating Current Spark Potentials. By ALEXANDER RUSSELL, XX. On the Damping of Long Waves in a Rectangular Trough. By ROBERT A. HOUSTOUN, Ph.D., D.Sc, Lecturer on Physical Optics in the University of Glasgow, XXI. Proceedings of Learned Societies: GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY:- Messrs. R.H. RASTALL and J. ROMANES on the Boulders of the Cambridge Drift; Mr. A.M. FINLAYSON on the Nephrite and Magnesiun Rocks of the South Island of New Zealand. As to condition, one will find that the cover has some ruffling and tears and chipping but the insides are great - in fact the pages have never been read as they are uncut - a significant bonus to collectors.

Title: 1910 FAMED SCIENCE JOURNAL THE LONDON, EDINBURGH, AND DUBLIN PHILOSOPHICAL MAGAZINE AND JOURNAL OF SCIENCE 21 ARTICLES FAMED AUTHORS

Author Name: William Sutherland, Walter Makower, E. Rutherford and T.H. Halvelock and Many More.

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Edition: First Edition

Publisher: THE LONDON, EDINBURGH, AND DUBLIN: 1910

Binding: Soft Cover

Book Condition: Good+

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Type: English Language

Seller ID: 000414

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