## The London, Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of ScienceTaylor & Francis, 1922 |

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**coefficient**of the gas at atmospheric pressure P , d the length in cm . of the absorbing path , then i . e . , I , I1 . e μα 2.3 x 760 logo 11/12 ( P2 - P1 ) d X The quantity d is the measure of the average length traversed in the ...Page 393

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**coefficients**, the absorption**coefficient**a , and the scattering**coefficient**; and he reaches the conclusion that the absorption**coefficient**a is directly proportional to the density ( D ) , and inversely proportional to the cube root ...Page 830

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**coefficient**of extinction , which agrees with Rayleigh's formula for the scattering**coefficient**. The general process of deriving the**coefficient**is to insert a term of this frictional force in the equation of motion of the electron ...### Contents

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Profs J N Brønsted and G Hevesy on the Separation of | 31 |

Mr A R McLeod on the Lags of Thermometers | 72 |

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