## The London, Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of ScienceTaylor & Francis, 1891 |

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**equation**of the second order , the**equation**of the curve ( which can be expressed in terms of elliptic integrals ) contains five constants . It is therefore of a generality equal to that of the conic or of the curve ax2 + ...Page 190

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**equation**( 1 ) is a very different thing from the I of**equation**( 2 ) . As the old Max- well method of writing the**equations**does not seem to be understood , I wish to make it clear that if I did use the induction I would use I in ...Page 528

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**equation**( 1 ) then states that , given E the size of the molecules , their total energy , and their law of force , then e , the mean distance apart of the molecules free from external force , is determinable . The**equation**specifies ...### Contents

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