## Baltimore Lectures on Molecular Dynamics and the Wave Theory of Light |

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### Contents

LECTURE I | 5 |

Direction of the vibrations in polarized light Dynamical theory | 14 |

LECTURE II | 22 |

PART II | 28 |

PART II | 38 |

LECTURE V | 52 |

LECTURE VI | 61 |

Molecular Vibrations of serial molecule Lagrange algorithm of finite | 69 |

Simplification of waves at great distance from origin | 434 |

Molecular Chiral rotation of the plane of polarization Electroetherial | 436 |

Molar Formulas expressing chiral inertia in wavemotion given also | 445 |

Diagrams to illustrate motion of incompressible elastic solid | 450 |

APPENDIX | 468 |

Absolute orbits of ten particles of ether disturbed by a moving | 475 |

Kinetic energy of the ether within a moving atom extra inertia | 485 |

WaterstonianMaxwellian distribution of energies | 493 |

Molar Solutions for distortional waves Rotational oscillation in origin | 80 |

Molecular Sudden and gradual commencements of vibration fluorescence | 90 |

Molecular Problem of seven vibrating particles Dynamical explanation | 106 |

Molecular Difficulties regarding polarization by reflection double refraction | 117 |

Molar | 136 |

Molecular Mutual force between atom and ether Vibrating molecule | 150 |

Molar | 155 |

LECTURE XIX | 163 |

Molecular Application of Sellmeiers dynamical theory to the dark lines | 176 |

dispersion by prisms of sodiumvapour by Henri Becquerel | 185 |

Molar Rates of transmitting energy outwards by the two waves 211214 | 211 |

Molar Thlipsinomic treatment of compressibility Double refraction | 221 |

176184 | 260 |

LECTURE XVII | 279 |

Molecular Vibrations of polarized light are perpendicular to plane of polari | 323 |

Mathematical investigation of spherical waves in elastic solid | 336 |

Ether is gravitationless matter filling all space Total amount | 401 |

RECONCILIATION BETWEEN FRESNEL AND GREEN | 408 |

Statistics of reflections from corrugated boundary marlin spike | 517 |

APPENDIX C | 528 |

APPENDIX | 541 |

Stable equilibrium of several electrions in an atom Exhaustion | 551 |

Electrionic explanation of pyroelectricity and piezoelectricity | 559 |

APPENDIX | 569 |

Interior melting of ice James Thomsons physical theory | 579 |

APPENDIX | 584 |

The influence of frictionless wind on waves in friction | 590 |

Waves under motive power of gravity and cohesion | 598 |

How to draw partitional boundary in three dimensions parti | 611 |

Different qualities on two parallel sides of a crystal oppositely | 622 |

Ternary tactics in lateral and terminal faces of quartz | 637 |

APPENDIX I | 643 |

Single assemblage in simple cubic order Equilateral assemblage | 661 |

Stabilities of monatomic and diatomic assemblages stability | 671 |

APPENDIX | 679 |

APPENDIX L | 688 |

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