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

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**equation**( 13 ) , since , in that**equation**, p is the force per unit area in the direction of the z - axis which has to be supported by the transverse shear stresses . Thus the corrected form of Poisson's**equation**is 2 E3 31-02 V1w ...Page 124

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**Equations**of Equilibrium of Elastic Plate under Pressure . has the same general characteristics as the curve represented by ( 89 ) ; for**equation**( 88 ) shows that the curve deter- mined by that**equation**meets the x - axis ...Page 233

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**equation**( 1 ) , using values of K ' estimated in the manner suggested above * . If the**equation**of electron mobility suggested by Townsend be accepted as correct it becomes evident that one is not justified in computing n according ...### 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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