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674                            CLASSIFIED CONTENTS OF VOLUMES I—VI
II.    GENERAL MECHANICS—cowled
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On an Instrument for compounding Vibrations, with Application to the drawing of Curves such as might represent
White Light.   Art. 312.   1906......   Vol. V    283
Note on the Principle of the Sand-Clock          ....          „        285 On the Production of Vibrations by Forces of Relatively Long Duration, with Application to the Theory of Collisions.
Art. 3U.   1906........      •.  „      292
Acoustical Notes.  VII.  Art. 320.   1907.....          ,,364
Stroboscopic Speed Regulation        .         .         .         .         .         .            ,,        377
Phonic Wheel and Commutator      .         .         .         .         .         -           „        377
Note on the Finite Vibrations of a System about a Configuration of Equilibrium.   Art. 347.   1910       ....         ,,611
The Sand-Blast.   Art. 386.   1914     .        .        .     '.        .        .    Vol. VI 255
The Principle of Similitude.   Art. 392.   1915   .        .        .        .         „      300
Cutting and Chipping of Glass.   Art. 417.   1917      ...         „      473
The Le Chatelier-Braun Principle.   Art. 418.   1917         .        .         „      475
A Proposed Hydraulic Experiment.   Art. 433.   1918       .        .         „      552
III.    ELASTIC SOLIDS
On the Nodal Lines of a Square Plate.   Art. 22.   1873    .        .   Vol. I     182 Vibrations of Membranes.   Art. 26.   1873        .                                      187
On the Infinitesimal Bending of Surfaces of Revolution. Art. 78.
1881...........„         551
On Waves propagated along the Plane Surface of an Elastic
-    Solid.   [With reference to Earthquakes]  Art. 130.   1885 .   Vol. II    441 On the Bending and Vibration of Thin Elastic Shells, especially
of Cylindrical Form.  Art. 152.   1888       ....   Vol. Ill 217 Note on the Free Vibrations of an Infinitely Long Cylindrical
Shell.   Art. 155.   1889.......,,244
On the Free Vibrations of an Infinite Plate of Homogeneous
Isotropic Elastic Matter. Art. 156. 1889. . . .         „ 249
On the Uniform Deformation in Two Dimension's of a
Cylindrical Shell of Finite Thickness, with Application
to the General Theory of Deformation of Thin Shells.
'Art. 162. 1889. .........         ,,280
On Bells. Art. 164. 1890.......,,318
Appendix: On the Bending of a Hyperboloid of Eevolution          .           „ 330
The Bourdon Gauge. Art. 172. 1890.....,,379
On the Stresses in Solid Bodies due to Unequal Heating, and
on the Doable Refraction resulting therefrom.   Art. 265.
1901.        ..........   Vol. IV  502
On the Work done by Forces operative at one or more Points
of an Elastic Solid. Art. 291. 1903.....Vol. V -142
Note on the Application of Poisson's Formula to Discontinuous
Disturbances.   Art. -2"96.   1904 ".                     '.                        „      193that I have prepared, though inferior to M. Leduc's, show the leading features sufficiently well. I have used the arsenate of silver procedure, and the broadening of the intervals in passing outwards is very evident when the plate is viewed through a Coddington lens.here /u, is the cosine of the angle between the secondary (or scattered) ray and the backward direction of the incident ray. W. F. S.]spheres are easily demonstrated.