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

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**formula**becomes simpler h = ( k0 / l ) F ( c2gl3a0 / k2 ) . . · ( 2 ) The**formula**involves an assumption that a and g always occur as a product , that is , that the expansion of the fluid is negligible , except in so far as it alters ...Page 444

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**formula**, for 1 gram molecule , Narbutt gives as 272.5 . Narbutt attempts to apply the Nernst - Lindemann**formula**, the frequency being calcu- lated by Koref's rule ( see Partington , Thermodynamics , ' pp . 527 , 530 ) , but with ...Page 445

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**formula**of Debye than that of Einstein ( see Partington , Thermodynamics , ' p . 535 ; Jeans , Dynamical Theory of Gases , ' 2nd edit . p . 422 ) . On Debye's theory the energy content E corre- sponding with three degrees of freedom is ...### 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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