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

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**formula**given by Matthiessen , Ro / R = 1 - at + Bt2 . • ( m ) was entirely inapplicable except between the limits 0 ° and 100 ° C. His own experiments led him to suggest the**formula**R = aT + BT + y . ( S ) This**formula**has been very ...Page 142

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**formula**, I have sought the reason for the disagreement . The**formula**is based on the hypothesis that the number N of יג particles contained in unit volume of air is sensibly the same for all dimensions of these ; it will therefore not ...Page 209

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**formula**without publishing a proof . But as our**formula**has now been introduced into text - books , and as the appropria- tion thereof by the writer of a well - known treatise has led him to supply a proof of it involving an appalling ...### Contents

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Mr S T Preston on an Acoustic Thermometera Suggestion | 58 |

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