Bulletin of the National Research Council, Ausgaben 9-15

National Research Council of the National Academy of Sciences, 1921

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Seite 320 - The director shall be appointed by and hold office at the pleasure of the governor, and shall receive a salary of six thousand dollars per annum.
Seite 335 - Number 14. A general survey of the present status of the atomic structure problem. Report of the Committee on Atomic Structure of the National Research Council. By David L. Webster and Leigh Page. July, 1921.
Seite 10 - States or of any other country, as shall within the five years next preceding have made such discovery in physical or astronomical science, or such novel application of science to purposes beneficial to the human race, as in the judgment of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States shall be esteemed most worthy of such honor.
Seite 15 - devoted to the advancement of the engineering arts and sciences in all their branches, to the greatest good of the engineering profession, and to the benefit of mankind.
Seite 10 - Two awards in recognition of the best works printed and published in the English language on the history, geography, archaeology, ethnology, philology, or numismatics of North America.
Seite 382 - Bohr theory to apply to absorption as well as to emission, we should have vKt = 0 (28) THE STARK EFFECT FOR HYDROGEN Stark and Lo Surdo have found that some of the emission lines due to gaseous atoms in an electric field of the order of 100,000 volts per cm are split up into a number of components. Confining our attention to hydrogen, the following experimental facts are observed: (1) Each Balmer line is split up into a number of components. (2) The number of components increases with the series...
Seite 16 - Institution, the income from a part of which was to be devoted to "the increase and diffusion of more exact knowledge in regard to the nature and properties of atmospheric air in connection with the welfare of man.
Seite 304 - ... the lack of appreciation on the part of the public of the vast importance of an extensive and growing basis of scientific knowledge in the business of public administration.
Seite 222 - ... animals to be compared must be as nearly alike as possible. The plan contemplates the comparison of the animals by pairs, one animal of each pair receiving the high-protein and one the low-protein ration. The two animals of each pair should be of substantially the same breed (not necessarily pure-breds) and as nearly as possible of the same age and weight at the beginning of the experiment. It is desired that as many pairs be used as is consistent with the keeping of individual records. Lot records...
Seite 324 - The committee has apparently felt constrained to propose a new plan which is a substantial departure from those methods and agencies now existing and well known to the people of the State. A somewhat radical change is purposed in our methods of administration when it is proposed to substitute in place of most of the existing commissions a system of departments and bureaus, with directors, chiefs of divisions and minor heads, all holding office directly or indirectly at the pleasure of the Governor.

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