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

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**equal**to 2 AB the paraboloid of revolution AOD ( which is**equal**in volume to ABCD ) represents the actual flow of the liquid which passes in unit time . Y B A 0 Y , C D x Then if OX = h and radius OY = r , we have : apparent kinetic ...Page 721

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**equal**to the number of atoms . If the atom is monovalent the number of electrons is**equal**to the number of atoms , if divalent to twice that number , if trivalent to thrice that number , and so on . This condition will determine the ...Page 740

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**equal**both in sign and magnitude . In this case the force tending to increase p due to the repulsion of the other electrons is**equal**to 2pe2 d3 Σ 1 37.2 · ( p2 + q2 + y2 ) 3 , 2 ( p2 + q2 + 1 where p and 9 must both be odd and r even ...### 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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