Physical Review, Band 35;Band 1912

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American Physical Society, 1912
Vols. for 1903- include Proceedings of the American Physical Society.
 

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Seite 450 - F') ; the diameter drawn through them is called the major axis, and the perpendicular bisector of this diameter the minor axis. It is also defined as the locus of a point which moves so that the ratio of its distance from a fixed point...
Seite 393 - Abstraet of a paper presented at the New York meeting of the Physical Society, December 27—29, 1906.
Seite 33 - In the first, the ratio of the minor to the major axis of the ellipse is on the average as 1 to 125.
Seite 161 - Moreover, since the velocity of light is independent of the velocity of the source, it appears to him that the light ray proceeding from C to A has approached A at the velocity c+v, where c is the velocity of light, while the ray going from C to B has approached B at the velocity c— v.
Seite 399 - The observed viscosities in general are less than those calculated by the mixture rule, except, possibly, in the case of mixtures of carbon disulphide...
Seite 160 - ... then to an observer on Si the unit of length of Si along the line of relative motion appears to be in the ratio VI...
Seite 157 - That is, the time units of the two systems are different and each observer comes to the same conclusion as to the relation which the unit of the other system bears to his own. This important and striking result may be stated in the following theorem : THEOREM III.
Seite 398 - Linebarger,6 that the viscosity of a mixture of miscible and chemically indifferent liquids is rarely, if ever, under all conditions, a linear function of the composition. It seldom happens that the liquid in a mixture preserves the particular viscosity it possesses in.
Seite 285 - D0e-Q/5?r where R is the universal gas constant and T is the absolute temperature. The constants D0 and Q have the values 9.5mm2 s~1 and 159kjmor1, respectively.
Seite 226 - Abstract of a paper presented at the Washington meeting of the Physical Society, April 25 and 26, 1913.

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