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Full text of "Scientific Papers - Vi"

VI.    SO U JN D—continued.
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Vibrations of a Liquid in a Cylindrical Vessel.  Art. 37.   1875 .    Vol. I   250
On Waves.  Art. 38.   1876.......         „     251
The Solitary Wave........           ,,256
Periodic Waves in Deep Water       ......           „        261
Oscillations in Cylindrical Vessels  ......           „        265
Our Perception of the Direction of a Source of Sound.  Art. 40.
1876...........         ,,277
Questions from Mathematical Tripos Examination for 1876.
Art. 41.   1876.........         „      280
On the Application of the Principle of Reciprocity to Acoustics.
Art. 44.   1876            ........         ,,305
Acoustical Observations.  I.  Art. 46.  1877      ....         „     314
Perception of the Direction of a Source of Sound         ...           „        314
The Head.as an.Obstacle to Sound .         .....           „        315
Reflection of Soxind      .         ...         .         .         .         .         .           ,,        316
Audibility of Consonants       .         .         .         .         .         .         .           „        317
Interference of Sounds from two unisonaut Tuning-forks     .         .           „        317
Symmetrical Bell          ........           „        317
Octave from Timing-forks      .......           „        318
Influence of a Flange on the Correction for the Open End of a Pipe           „        319
The Pitch of Organ-Pipes.......           ,,320
On Progressive Waves.  Art. 47.   1877                               i                 „     322
On the Amplitude of Sound-Waves.  Art. 48.   1877.        .        .         „     328
Absolute Pitch. Art. 49.  1877......         ,,331
Note on Acoustic Repulsion.  Art. 52.  1878    ....         „     342
The Explanation of certain Acoustical Phenomena.   [Singing
Flames, &c.]  Art. 55.   1878      .        .        .        .        .        .         „     348
On the Determination  of Absolute  Pitch by the  Common
Harmonium.  Art. 57.   1879......         ,,357
On the Instability of Jets.  Art. 58.  1879        ....         ,,361
On the Capillary Phenomena of Jets.  Art. 60.   1879        .        .         „      377
Appendix I.  [Vibrations about a Cylindrical figure] .         .                    „        396
Appendix II.  [Vibrations about a Spherical Figure]   ...           „        400
Acoustical Observations.  II.   Art. 61.  1879    ....          „     402
Pure Tones from Sounding Flames ......           „        402
Points of Silence near a Wall from which a Pure Tone is reflected            „        403
Sensitive Flames          ........           ,,        406
Aerial Vibrations of very Low Pi£ch maintained by Flames .         .           „        407
Rijke's Notes on a large scale          ......           „        408
Mutual Influence of Organ-Pipes nearly in Unison      ...           „        400 Kettledrums       .........'„        411
The JEolian Harp........           „        413
On Reflection of Vibrations at the Confines of Two Media
between which -the Transition is Gradual.  Art. 63.   1880 .          „     460 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.