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676                           CLASSIFIED CONTENTS OF VOLUMES I—VI
IV.    CAPILLARITY—continued.
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On the Tension of Water Surfaces, Clean and Contaminated,
Investigated by the Method of Ripples.  Art. 175.   1890   .   Yol. Ill  383
Postscript.   [Optical Effect of greasy Contamination] .         .         .            „        394
On the Theory of Surface Forces.  Art. 176.   1890   ...         „     397
Some Applications of Photography.   Art. 179.   1891        .        .         „     441
On Reflexion from Liquid Surfaces in the Neighbourhood of
the Polarizing Angle.  Art. 185.   1892      ....          „     496 On the Theory of Surface Forces.  II.   Compressible Fluids.
Art. 186.   1892........          „     513
Experiments upon Surface-Films.  Art. 192.   1892   ...         „     562
The Behaviour of Clean Mercury    ......           „        562
Drops of Bisulphide of Carbon upon Water       ....           „        563-
Movements of Dust      .         ...         .         .         .         .         .           „        564
Camphor Movements a Test of Surface-Tension          ...           „        565'
Influence of Heat          ........           „        567
Saponine and Soap       ........           „        568
Separation of Motes     .........           „        569'
The Lowering of Tension by the Condensation of Ether Vapour    .           „        570
Breath Figures and their Projection        .....           „        570'
On the Theory of Surface Forces. III. Effect of Slight Contaminations. Art. 193. 1892......          „     572.
On the Instability of a Cylinder of Viscous Licmid under
Capillary Force. Art. 195. 1892 ..!.'.          „      585.
On the Instability of Cylindrical Fluid Surfaces. Art. 196.
1892...........          „      594
Investigations in Capillarity. Art. 251. 1899 .... Vol. IV   415
The Size of Drops........           „        41 fl-
The Liberation of Gas from Supersaturated Solutions . .           „        420'
Colliding Jets..........           „        421
The Tension of Contaminated Water-Surfaces ....           „        425'
A Curious Observation .......           „        430
On Beflexion from Glass at the Polarizing Angle. Art. 332. 1908   Vol. V   489
Hydrodynamical Notes.   Art. 351.  1911.....Vol. VI     6
Concentrated Initial Disturbance with, inclusion of Capillarity      ,            „           9>
Breath Figures.   Art. 353.   1911......                  26-
On Departures from Fresnel's Laws of Eeflexion. Art. 362. 1912         „       92.
Breath Figures.  Art. 368.   1912......          ,,127'
The Equilibrium of Revolving Liquid under Capillary Force.
Art. 387.   1914........         „     257"
The Principle of Similitude.   Art. 392.   1915  .....          ,,     300-
On the Theory of the Capillary Tube.  Art. 399.   1915    .        .          „     350'
The Narrow Tube        .         .......            „        351
The Wide Tube.........            „        356-
On the Lubricating and other Properties of Thin Oily Films,
Art. 429.   1918........          „      534,he 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.